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I'm working on a project that requires video and still images, and the video clips are all working fine. However, when I place any .jpeg photos into the sequence, they only show up as black rectangles. I've tried restarting the program and nothing changed. Is there any way to fix this?
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I solved my problem by converting all my jpeg files to png files.
yep, same here, jpegs no longer show up on my external monitor viewed through blackmagic mini studio, have to convert to PNG which is annoying
I converted my JPEGS to .png and made sure it was RBG, but my PNG files are still not showing up.
I did the same and it's not showing up. If Adobe has changed Premiere so that users can't upload images into their timelines, then we have a big problem.
Nevermind. I opened up a new sequence and that fixed it. It was an older project so I'm guessing something got corrupted.
I tried converting my .jpg files to .png and i still had no luck. I found that my renderer was set to "OpenCL" instead of "Metal". When I changed it to "metal" my picture was visible again. To change the setting go to File>Project Settings>General and there are drop down options for the renderer. Don't know if this helps anyone else, but it worked for me
After 20 solid minutes of converting the image to every possible format, color mode and size, even tried taking a screenshot, just noticed I had the layer hidden, so please guys check on those little things! Oh god! 🙂 Have a nice day everyone!
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This fixed it for me. Thank you!