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Fresh and Irritating Multicam Glitch

Explorer ,
Jul 31, 2023 Jul 31, 2023

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1. Version 23.5.0 (Build S6)

2. Alienware Area-51m Laptop running Windows 11

3. Have 2 separate 2 hr-long multicam sequences with 4 cameras each, then create a timeline using one of these sequences, primarily. Edit a few parts here and there to skip awkward pauses, replace a few scenes that didn't go too well with a part from the other timeline. Keep playing through, switching cameras and making live recorded edits. Occasionally pause and click one of the other multicam options to change the current edit to that camera.

4. The expected result should likely happen at first, and for an unknown amount of times, which is that when you pause playback and click one of the other cameras, the yellow outline switches to it, and it appears on the main screen. No new cuts are made in the timeline, and instead the whole current clip switches to the selected angle. The actual result is that when you click a camera angle, suddenly the angle options disappear and the preview centers itself. It doesn't appear to enlarge to the largest possible preview, retaining the multicam aspect ratio. But the other angles don't appear.

 

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I've gotten about an hour and 15 minutes into this 1.5-hour long edit, and only just recently do I start getting this issue.

As you can see below, Multicam view is selected. If you open the wrench options list, you can confirm that Multicam view is supposed to be enabled.

At first, I could pretty quickly get my multicams back by toggling the "Multicam" icon. Sometimes selecting a camera wouldn't trigger this error. As I continued editing, though, this problem just kept happening worse and worse. Now, I can toggle several times and it doesn't bring back the multicam view.

This is becoming a major nuisance. I fear that I may have to resort to pausing, checking each angle using the context menu, and then continuing from there. This almost makes the multicam sequence more of a liability than an aide. I'm so close to the end, but now I'm slowing to a crawl, and I don't have time for that.

If you can, please help me.

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Editing and playback , Performance or Stability , User experience or interface

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Engaged ,
Aug 01, 2023 Aug 01, 2023

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Upvoting. It's now a well known bug/glitch I did a list of all the post I found wich now are more than a few with the same problem, but not yet any response from Adobe.

 

The workaround that some have been doing is downgrade to 23.3

 

Here is the list with the post I found with the same problem. Adding yours to the list. I don't know what else to do so Adobe could check the problem.


https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro-bugs/this-is-a-list-of-different-post-with-the-same-mult...

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Explorer ,
Aug 02, 2023 Aug 02, 2023

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My workaround (so far) has been to split the sequence into 2 parts, starting from around the time where the problem began. Then I'll make a sequence where I put the 2, shorter sequences back-to-back.

So far it seems to be working. I was able to edit the rest of the footage in Multicam View mode without seeing the problem once.

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