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Premiere Won't Playback Video & Audio after certain timeframe

Explorer ,
Nov 22, 2022 Nov 22, 2022

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Hi Everyone! Looking to see if maybe someone knows, I look online but I'm not finding the right answer/solution. 

 

I'm working on a documentary project and every other clip plays back perfectly except one of the takes from the interview footage. It's a raw 4096 by 2304px clip in a .mov format. For some reason at 1:17:56 it stops playing (but the playhead continues moving forward) and Premiere crashes, causing it to create a copy file.

 

I was able to render out a H.264 in Davinci without any playback or render issues. I replaced the clip inside Premiere and everything is now working great (only now, I have two copies of the project). 

 

I was wondering maybe if anyone knew what could potentially be going on? Is it the clip or Premiere? 

 

I edit on a Macbook Pro: 16" 2021 - with 64GB of Ram, M1 Max chip with the newest Version of Premiere Pro (v23.0)

 

Type: QuickTime Movie

File Size: 226.40 GB

Image Size: 4096 x 2304

Frame Rate: 23.976

Source Audio Format: 48000 Hz - 24-bit - Stereo Project

Audio Format: 48000 Hz - 32 bit floating point - Stereo

Total Duration: 01:30:35:00

Pixel Aspect Ratio: 1.0

Alpha: None

Color Space: Rec. 709

Color Space Override: Off

Input LUT: None

 

The Sequence matches the clip exactly as I used it to create the sequence. Using a separate preset sequence had no effect whatsoever. 

 

Just looking to see what could potentially be happening so I can avoid this issue with future projects. 

 

Thank You!

 

 

 

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Adobe Employee ,
Nov 22, 2022 Nov 22, 2022

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Hi nbrumfield_18,

Sorry for the frustration. Sounds like something is going on with the clip. Is it ProRes RAW? If not, what is the format? If you could upload the clip, I can have engineering inspect it. 

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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Nov 22, 2022 Nov 22, 2022

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Hi Kevin, 

 

I'm actually not sure, I'm not the one who shot the footage. But it does tell me "Apple ProRes 422 LT" in the compressor under the video properties.

 

I can't attach the clip because it's apart of a work project & can't share any of the raw files.  I didn't notice it until the Media Encoder didn't finish exporting the proxy file. It always got stuck when rendering & could never finish. I didn't know what my other options were, so I put it into Davinci and it played it back and exported it out no problem. 

 

I know it's probably hard to conclude this and get the right solution without the clip, but I'm trying to figure out if it's the software or the video clip? Takes 2 & 3 are the exact same properties, nothing is different and they played fine, no issues. I keep wondering if a part of the clip could've become corrupted? 

 

The problem's fixed and I have temporary workaround, I'm just curious to see what caused this so I can't prevent it with future projects. If you have any ideas, let me know!

 

Thanks!

 

 

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