I have Sony A7siii Slowmotion Footage (S&Q Mode 100 fps in a 25p file) and filmed vertically. The proxies generated as 2160*3840 H265 25p is shown squashed.
The proxy file itself is NOT squashed, just when attached to the original footage. If I pull the proxy in the timeline it is sown just fine????
Am I missing a setting???
When I generate the poxy as HD instead of 4K it works... is this a 4K issue???
Same problem. Can't believe it's just the two of us noticing this...
same here, solution was as below from 'brownpaperdad', in summary I used ME to check the poxy files were the right aspect and not squashed, when used in PR they only worked correctly when the preview was set fo full resolution - bizarre...?
However the proxy files don't seem to work when stabilisation is applied - seem to remeber it used to?
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I don't know if this solution works for you, but I was having this issue with all my vertical content. I had to make a separate proxy preset (in media encoder) just for vertical content. Now, when I go to make proxies, I have to send the vertical files (separate from non-vertical files) with this preset. I do wish Premiere had an auto-detect feature, and just made proxies with mixed aspect ratios.
I have the same problem with my a7iv vertical proxies. This is so frustrating!
you have to create a custom proxy preset, in which I did, but incorrect the first time So I tried to just change the settings and that does not work, the cache is tied to the old setting under the name… u have to clear your cache and delete the old presets and create new presets hevec h265 720x1220… problem solved… I’d been sitting on some vertical footage for 2 weeks cause I couldn’t edit the big 10 bit and finally figured it out tryn for 5 hours smh