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Relinking Issues with Media in Premiere Pro - Timecode & "Danger Stripes" Problems

Participant ,
Aug 18, 2023 Aug 18, 2023

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Hello Adobe Community,

I'm encountering a series of challenges with relinking my media in Premiere Pro:

1. Relocation & Timecode Mismatch: I initially moved my footage to a different location, which caused all my media links to break. Upon relinking, the timecodes didn't align correctly, causing most of my clips to start from their first frame. Despite my efforts in following guidelines and solutions, I had to re-edit everything.

2. Renaming & Danger Stripes: After renaming the footage folder for better organization, my media got unlinked again. Upon relinking, I noticed "Danger Stripes" on a particular piece of footage that's recurrent in the project. Oddly, this footage appears fine in certain portions of the project. Methods like offlining and relinking didn't resolve the "Danger Stripes".

3. Clip Replacement & Timecode: I tried to replace the problematic clip with its version in the bin. It worked, but I'm back to the same timecode issue, with the clip always starting at its initial frame. This issue seems exclusive to this particular video file since the rest linked up correctly.

To reiterate, editing everything from scratch isn't feasible for me. I'm baffled as I've never faced such problems with Premiere Pro before. Any guidance or solutions would be a lifesaver. Thank you.

 

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Aug 18, 2023 Aug 18, 2023

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3. Clip Replacement & Timecode: I tried to replace the problematic clip with its version in the bin. It worked, but I'm back to the same timecode issue, with the clip always starting at its initial frame.

 


By @Dlewis1212

 

See here:

https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro-bugs/fixed-issue-text-based-editing-clips-reset-to-first...

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Thank you! I tried many of these steps.  I updated to the latest Premiere Pro (I believe it is 23.6) but was still having the same issue.

 

 

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