I'm experiencing an issue on Premiere Pro 2020. When I insert Clip A (for example), into my timeline, and then clip B comes right after it, about a second in to clip B a random frame from clip A shows up and I can't get rid of it. There's no evidence on the timeline that clip A is actually present, but for whatever reason this random frame is still showing up. It's really making it difficult to work on my current project. Any solutions?
always best to say what you're using (source material, version of program, even computer specs etc. in some cases ). Anyway, is your source stuff variable frame rate ( VFR) ?? like from some phone or something ??? Those things need to be converted sometimes to constant frame rate before they act nice.
I have just solved this issue that was driving me crazy... if you right-click > properties and then select details on all of your clips you will probably find the FPS are out by tiny bits, my clips were 30FPS, then some were 29.87FPS, 29.96FPS ETC. So i used AME (adobe media encoder) selected 1080P TV output and all clips are now solidly locked to 30FPS. So i bashed them in a test project and cut up, moved around sliced and sliced and none overlapped into the next frame any further.