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Re: Premiere crash and clip in/out points reset

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Feb 19, 2024 Feb 19, 2024

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Ugh. This just happened to me except I didn't lose a day's worth of work, but weeks. Let me see if I can explain the problem a bit more. What I've been doing is editing an audio interview on a Premiere Pro timeline. Let's say I've made dozens of edits to remove pauses, ums, or parts I didn't like so now I have a timeline with many many clips (because I've cut up the source file). Now when I try playing the sequence back, each of those lovingly cut clips plays only from the beginning of the source file. Relinking files doesn't work. Going back to an old version of the project file doesn't work. It's like Premiere Pro has reset every in/out for each of my edits. 

 

I verified this by exporting the XML to see how it was selecting the edits and sure enough you see something like this (I've obviously pulled just the relevant section):

 

<name>Chris-000000.m4a</name>
<start>101</start>
<end>324</end>
<in>0</in>
<out>301</out>

 

<name>Chris-000000.m4a</name>
<start>325</start>
<end>647</end>
<in>0</in>
<out>77</out>

 

<name>Chris-000000.m4a</name>
<start>648</start>
<end>900</end>
<in>0</in>
<out>200</out>

 

etc, etc, etc....

 

What's more it's done that to all my interviews. I have no idea why it did it. I use Premiere Pro reluctantly because it does have some great features, but each time I give it a chance, it crashes and loses work. My only saving grace is I at least have outputs to work with.

 

Does anyone have any ideas as to why this would happen or if there's a workaround?

Chris

 

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Feb 19, 2024 Feb 19, 2024

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Feb 27, 2024 Feb 27, 2024

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Yes I eventually found that post. After some backtracking and tracking down the original drive I was able to recover most of my work. 

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