Video length being shortened when importing MOV video files

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Apr 25, 2022 Apr 25, 2022

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Hey All!

So I am having a bit of a issue here and don't know what to do. My friend shot us a music video the other day and sent me over the videos. When I import them into Premiere they end up being cut off significantly. One of my videos is 4 minutes and when imported gets turned to close to one minute. On my work computer and friends computer the time doesn't get shortened so I assume its something with my computer. I also reset my preferences and reinstalled Premiere. When I open it in vlc it gets cut off at the same time as well. I thought it was a codec issue but I have installed the related codecs.

I have scoured the internet to find a solution and am completely stumped. I have atatched the mediainfo and screenshots to show my issues. If anyone can help I would appreciate it! Capture.PNGCapture2.PNG

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Adobe Employee ,
Apr 28, 2022 Apr 28, 2022

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Hi Anthony,

Sorry for the weird behavior. I suspect that your sequence settings are not matching the clip settings. Can you show us a screenshot of the sequence settings? I hope the community can assist!

 

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Kevin

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Apr 28, 2022 Apr 28, 2022

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When I import them into Premiere they end up being cut off significantly.


By @Anthony24195900hu1p

 

I would start with downloading the freeware Shutter Encoder and try to rewrap one of the files to .mp4 and then import that file into Premiere Pro. Rewrapping files is lightning fast.

 

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