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Certain Multicam Sequences dropping frames and not others

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Oct 09, 2020

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Hey guys,

I've been using premiere pro for a short while now and can usually troubleshoot any issues I run into within the program (thanks, YouTube) but there's one I can't seem to figure out.

 

Within the same project, I have multiple multicam sequences- all shot on the same cameras with no change in settings on either of the cameras. But sometimes, after I create the multicam sequence, one of the sequences drops frames the entire clip while the other one's playback with no issues. I don't change any settings on the sequences when I create each of them either, only the name of the clip. Changing playback quality does nothing for the clips that are glitching out. 

 

I've also checked the raw footage to make sure nothings wrong and they playback with no issues as well. Any idea what this is and how to correct it?

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Certain Multicam Sequences dropping frames and not others

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Hey guys,

I've been using premiere pro for a short while now and can usually troubleshoot any issues I run into within the program (thanks, YouTube) but there's one I can't seem to figure out.

 

Within the same project, I have multiple multicam sequences- all shot on the same cameras with no change in settings on either of the cameras. But sometimes, after I create the multicam sequence, one of the sequences drops frames the entire clip while the other one's playback with no issues. I don't change any settings on the sequences when I create each of them either, only the name of the clip. Changing playback quality does nothing for the clips that are glitching out. 

 

I've also checked the raw footage to make sure nothings wrong and they playback with no issues as well. Any idea what this is and how to correct it?

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Maybe your computer is running out of juice. You didn't mention the computer specs or the format/codec of the files - things we need to know to help. I use a proxy workflow with and without multicam's whenever I have h.264 footage and it works great.

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I'm with MyerPJ, the proxy workflow is the way to go with multicam projects.  

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Thanks, guys. I got it figured out! Appreciate your help!

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Don't let us know what it is... best keep the secret?

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