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Sep 03, 2020

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I am having serious problems trying to edit my video. Firstly the app kept crashing, I would close it and then I would have to restart my laptop.

Then I created a new sequence and then added in the clips but I seem to be having problems on drone clips, I know the codec is high but I wasn't not having issues prior to this.

 

Please see the below screen recording.

https://youtu.be/a6gQrr_HHzw

 

Every time I color edit the clip just freezes.

Can anybody please advise as I need to deliver to my client this weekend.

 

Thank you,

David

 

 

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I think you might be working with a lot of H.264/265 clips there, long-GOP media. You have several options:

 

- transcoding it to a full intraframe like say ProRes Lt (propbably adequate for your needs);

- creating proxies in Premiere for work during playback;

- render & replace the sequence to a full intrframe codec like again ProResLt, then export to that, with re-import set.

 

Use that exported/reimported file as a master to make H.264 exports or whatever other deliverables you need.

 

Neil

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clip stops playing midway premiere pro after adding lumetri color

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Sep 03, 2020

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I am having serious problems trying to edit my video. Firstly the app kept crashing, I would close it and then I would have to restart my laptop.

Then I created a new sequence and then added in the clips but I seem to be having problems on drone clips, I know the codec is high but I wasn't not having issues prior to this.

 

Please see the below screen recording.

https://youtu.be/a6gQrr_HHzw

 

Every time I color edit the clip just freezes.

Can anybody please advise as I need to deliver to my client this weekend.

 

Thank you,

David

 

 

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Correct answer by R_Neil_Haugen | Adobe Community Professional

I think you might be working with a lot of H.264/265 clips there, long-GOP media. You have several options:

 

- transcoding it to a full intraframe like say ProRes Lt (propbably adequate for your needs);

- creating proxies in Premiere for work during playback;

- render & replace the sequence to a full intrframe codec like again ProResLt, then export to that, with re-import set.

 

Use that exported/reimported file as a master to make H.264 exports or whatever other deliverables you need.

 

Neil

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I think you might be working with a lot of H.264/265 clips there, long-GOP media. You have several options:

 

- transcoding it to a full intraframe like say ProRes Lt (propbably adequate for your needs);

- creating proxies in Premiere for work during playback;

- render & replace the sequence to a full intrframe codec like again ProResLt, then export to that, with re-import set.

 

Use that exported/reimported file as a master to make H.264 exports or whatever other deliverables you need.

 

Neil

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Sep 05, 2020

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Thanks Neil.

 

how can I transcode to ProRes Lt?

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Sep 05, 2020

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Either in MediaEncoder or Premiere.

 

Select the media in MediaEncoder, and apply a ProRes Lt preset to it. (I'd tend to do it in Me). Then adjust the settings if you wish. You can do a full folder or folders of media in batches.

 

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Sep 06, 2020

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I assume thats correct below? Once they are converted I just relink to those files and use them in the project yes?

 

Thanks for the help,

David

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That's to ProRes Proxy, which is a bit "lighter" than Lt ... but it's the same process.

 

Neil

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Sep 07, 2020

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Ok thanks, thats the only ProRes Lt preset I can see

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Sep 07, 2020

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These are the ProRes encoding presets that MediaEncoder has on my Win10 machine ...

 

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ProRes LT ME Encoding Presets.PNG

 

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Sep 07, 2020

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Thank you so much. You've been a great help. I found them. One more question, what is the difference between the quicktime and apple formats? 

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Good question. No clue!

 

Neil

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