Black screen on random parts of the video (Nested sequences)

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So, I've had this problem for years now, but always found some way to work around it without fixing the problem.

I edit a video and when I'm done and wanting to export soon, I notice problems with nested sequences. I know there have been a lot of similar, solved cases, but none of the explanations helped for me. It's not like Premiere can't find the clips, just random parts of those nested sequences are blank. If I click on the sequences that are making problems, the clips inside look perfectly fine. This has costed me countless hours over the years.

Thanks in advance!

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Since I haven't found any way to fix it, there is one way that in my particular case "solves" it. Basically I go into the nested sequence and render the stuff in there, then I replace the sequence with the now rendered clip. Do that, in case somebody has this exact scenario too.

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Black screen on random parts of the video (Nested sequences)

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So, I've had this problem for years now, but always found some way to work around it without fixing the problem.

I edit a video and when I'm done and wanting to export soon, I notice problems with nested sequences. I know there have been a lot of similar, solved cases, but none of the explanations helped for me. It's not like Premiere can't find the clips, just random parts of those nested sequences are blank. If I click on the sequences that are making problems, the clips inside look perfectly fine. This has costed me countless hours over the years.

Thanks in advance!

Correct answer by Felix5EB2 | Community Beginner

Since I haven't found any way to fix it, there is one way that in my particular case "solves" it. Basically I go into the nested sequence and render the stuff in there, then I replace the sequence with the now rendered clip. Do that, in case somebody has this exact scenario too.

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Happens to me a lot too and it's a pain in the ass, nesting / multicam areas of Premiere pro can get pretty buggy annoyingly, have you swapped to software only rendering? It's not really helpful considering it slows down a sh*t ton but it's better than nothing.

 

Also I found unchecking 'composite in linear colour' in the sequence settings has fixed a lot of random issues that it really shouldn't affect... but maybe worth a try as well

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Sadly, that doesn't work. I should also mention, that I can't really try switching to software only, because then my gfx can't render. Already tried that. Thanks for taking your time, though!

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Since I haven't found any way to fix it, there is one way that in my particular case "solves" it. Basically I go into the nested sequence and render the stuff in there, then I replace the sequence with the now rendered clip. Do that, in case somebody has this exact scenario too.

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