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Premiere Production Sequence loses clip project association

Community Beginner ,
Feb 01, 2024 Feb 01, 2024

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Adobe Premiere 24.1, MacOS 13.5

 

I have a Premiere Production where a sequence loses the clip project association when a duplicate is made and then transferred to a different project within the production.  On the source sequence, when you right click and reveal the clip in the project everything works correctly, if I duplicate the sequence and then leave it alongside the original sequence everything still works correctly, if I move the duplicate project into another project it will say, "The source media has been deleted or moved from it's project.  Do you want to search in other open projects?"  Is there a proper way to move sequences from project to project without this error happening.  To re-associate clips every single time this happens is simply not practical as this is a very large project.

 

Thanks in advance!

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LEGEND ,
Feb 01, 2024 Feb 01, 2024

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Not sure why that's happening ... but maybe @mattchristensen could help with this ...

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Adobe Employee ,
Feb 02, 2024 Feb 02, 2024

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Hello Eric,

Can you provide step-by-step instructions, that reliably generate the behavior you've described? 

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Community Beginner ,
Feb 02, 2024 Feb 02, 2024

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The steps outlined in my post are the ones that reliably created the issue outlined.

  1. Duplicate sequence
  2. Duplicated sequence keeps clip association in the project alongside original
  3. Move duplicated sequence into a different project in the production
  4. Duplicated sequence no longer keeps the clip association in the new project

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Adobe Employee ,
Feb 02, 2024 Feb 02, 2024

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Those are much clearer than the original post, thanks. 

In my testing, 4 doesn't happen. 

Confirming: The media in the same project as the original sequence, right? 

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Community Beginner ,
Feb 02, 2024 Feb 02, 2024

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No, we have a project for each month of shooting (5+ years of footage) containing the footage shot that month, which are not directly worked in.  Team members build their selects and edit sequences in their own working projects and then pass sequences between them when they are ready to be worked with by the next person.

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Adobe Employee ,
Feb 02, 2024 Feb 02, 2024

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Confirming: For the case you're describing, media is in 'Project 1', the sequence (referencing that media) is originally in 'Project 2', and the copy of the sequence starts live in Project 2, but is then moved into 'Project 3', yes?

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Community Beginner ,
Feb 02, 2024 Feb 02, 2024

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Yes, thats the basic principle.

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Adobe Employee ,
Feb 02, 2024 Feb 02, 2024

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Frustrating; we still can't reproduce the behavior you've described.

We'd be happy to pursue further, provided more/other specifics to go on. 

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Adobe Employee ,
Feb 02, 2024 Feb 02, 2024

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hi @ericj77410701 - Any chance we could get a copy of the project where the original sequence lives (Project A), and a copy of the project that you are moving the duplicate sequence to (Project B)?  If you can save Project B with the duplicate sequence in it, rather than moved back to Project A, even better.  No media is necessary, just the .prproj files.

 

I have a hunch what's going on, but would love to confirm before I ask you to modify anything on your end.

 

If you need a place to send/upload these projects, just let me know.

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