Exported clip from After Effects freezes Premiere

Explorer ,
Mar 23, 2022 Mar 23, 2022

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I have exported a video from After Effects (a png sequence + moving picture, that's it), tried 25 & 30fps, H.264 & Quicktime (matching the source otherwise), but when I import it to Premiere I am unable to do anything with it. I can't play the part where it sits, as well as both the creation of a proxy and rendering of in/out-area (Sequenz > "In/Out-Bereich rendern") freeze at 80%. 
I have emptied the Media Cache.

Do you have any ideas?

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Mar 23, 2022 Mar 23, 2022

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Can you play other stuff in Premiere or not? If nothing plays, try changing your audio hardware preferences.

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Explorer ,
Mar 24, 2022 Mar 24, 2022

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everything else works perfectly fine. i can in/-out render any other area without any issues. It entirely boils down to that clip.


(Thank you for your quick help!!)

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Mar 24, 2022 Mar 24, 2022

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I just put the clip in a seperate project. I can't work with the original clip since theres a speed effect on it. I can play it in preview and premiere but I can't the speeded clip.

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Mar 24, 2022 Mar 24, 2022

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Maybe just convert the clip to a different format like ProRes or something.

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Mar 24, 2022 Mar 24, 2022

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Try nesting and then apply the speed change.

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Mar 24, 2022 Mar 24, 2022

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quicktime is just a "file wrapper" and it's the codec that's the important issue.  h264 (which can be a quicktime codec) is not the ideal format because it's heavily compressed all frames are not complete (discreet) so speed changes can be particularly problematic.  As Justin suggested, prores is a better format as each frame is complete...

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