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Clips in exported video have different IN/OUT points than in Premiere timeline?

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Hi folks!

 

I am once again having a very weird issue with my Premiere Pro, this time with exporting a 4k video. It seems as if the IN/OUT points of a few clips got out of alignment - they are not the same in the timeline within PremierePro as in the final exported video. 2 clips are problematic, both from DJI Mavic2Pro drone, proxies.

 

I cannot explain this in words, so I've put these 5sec clips on YouTube to try and explain:

 

  1. Fall in the water - Premiere Pro timeline, all is good, girl falls into the water;
  2. Exported video - no fall in water?;
  3. Terrace to drone shot, speed ramp - Premiere Pro timeline, speed-ramp present and works;
  4. Exported video - no speed ramp, very weird shot;

 

If it matters, the whole edit is about a minute and some 15sec., nothing fancy:

  • video track;
  • color grade layer;
  • music track;
  • sound design track;
  • shot on Fuji XT3 in log profile to ProRes on Atomos NINJA V;
  • DJI Mavic2pro also shot in Log profile, h.265 codec, ProRes proxies created;

 

Any ideas what might be wrong here?

Many, many thanks!

 

P.S. When exporting, I was unable to choose Hardware encoding, only software... even though I have a relatively new PC, i9 processor, Vega64 graphics card, etc. Anything related?

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Clips in exported video have different IN/OUT points than in Premiere timeline?

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Hi folks!

 

I am once again having a very weird issue with my Premiere Pro, this time with exporting a 4k video. It seems as if the IN/OUT points of a few clips got out of alignment - they are not the same in the timeline within PremierePro as in the final exported video. 2 clips are problematic, both from DJI Mavic2Pro drone, proxies.

 

I cannot explain this in words, so I've put these 5sec clips on YouTube to try and explain:

 

  1. Fall in the water - Premiere Pro timeline, all is good, girl falls into the water;
  2. Exported video - no fall in water?;
  3. Terrace to drone shot, speed ramp - Premiere Pro timeline, speed-ramp present and works;
  4. Exported video - no speed ramp, very weird shot;

 

If it matters, the whole edit is about a minute and some 15sec., nothing fancy:

  • video track;
  • color grade layer;
  • music track;
  • sound design track;
  • shot on Fuji XT3 in log profile to ProRes on Atomos NINJA V;
  • DJI Mavic2pro also shot in Log profile, h.265 codec, ProRes proxies created;

 

Any ideas what might be wrong here?

Many, many thanks!

 

P.S. When exporting, I was unable to choose Hardware encoding, only software... even though I have a relatively new PC, i9 processor, Vega64 graphics card, etc. Anything related?

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You might try deleting your preference, that's something to try when things are whacky. Before that, try deleting your cache files:

• Start PP from it's normal desktop icon (IE: don't open from a project file link).
Close the Open/Home screen (and you will be in PP without a project open).
• Go into Edit/Preferences/Media Cache (Mac users adjust menu name)
• Then Press: Remove Media Cache Files: and Delete...
• Select: Delete all media cache files from the system and OK
Close PP - It will create any needed cache files on the fly as you edit.

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Does this footage have variable framerate?

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Yes, most of the footage was shot in 23.976, some of it in 60p for slo-mo and finally, drone shots were all done at 30p (I slow these down to 80% in my 24p timeline).

 

When I import media I always conform all appropriate footage to the frame rate of timeline in which I intend to edit (for me, that is mostly 23.976).

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