Hi! I have an issue when I switch proxies off because it modifies the cut of a clip on the sequence. With proxys, the cut is ok, but then with no proxys there's a different part of the clip in the same place. Any idea?
If your source media is Variable Framerate (usually phones or screen capture, streams, etc.) then proxies won't line up with the original since the framerate is shifting on the original.
thx! but it wouldn't be my case cause this was shot with a camera.
If it was dedicated hardware with a constant framerate then you shouldn't have variable. Are you by chance using Interpret Footage to slow things down?
Yep. I tried changing timecode from original to alternative options in interpret footage but nothing. 😥
For more information, it's a clip shot in 100 fps. Some cuts are at 25% to get a slow mo, but this issue is on every cut of that clip, regardless the reproduction speed
If you are using Interpret Footage to change the framerate that won't play nicely with the proxies either. Better method is slowing down in the timeline. It sounds like maybe that's what you're doing but I wasn't sure. Did you generate the proxies in Premiere or were they generated elsewhere?
Nono, i'm not changing the framerate, but the timecode. I generated the proxies through adobe media encoder.
Interesting. Why changing the timecode? It seems like that could potentially be causing the issue as well.
Recently a college professor told me to rewrite the original timecode y generate the proxy again. I'll be doing it tomorrow and if this solves the problem, I'll let you know