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Embedded sequences dropping frames on export in Adobe Media Encoder

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May 02, 2024 May 02, 2024

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I have a timeline for a 30-minute show. In the timeline, there is raw video, audio, and for pre-done packages, there are embedded sequences. Playing back inside Premiere Pro there is no issue. Everything plays perfectly smoothly. When I render the show in Adobe Media Encoder (AME), some parts of the embedded sequences have major dropped frames. I noticed this only when I went to make the promo and the talent on green screen played fine, the video underneath, which was from an embedded sequence, was dropping frames, but only upon export with AME. Playing on the timeline was fine.

For the promo, I noticed that if I switched off "Import Sequences Natively," the render was fine. However, I could not do that when I had to re-export the show, as AME still has an issue where it keeps burning in the closed captions into the video regardless of settings.  So, my only fix was to render the shows back out directly from Premiere Pro.

 

Any Ideas?

 

Premiere Pro 24.3.0

Windows 10

intel 13900K

64GB RAM

RTX4090 551.61

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