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Danger lines on relinked clips, replace with clip from bin does not work!

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Jul 03, 2018

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I recently relabelled and reorganized the clips on my hard drive.  I then reopened the Premiere project and relinked all the files. They all relinked successfully except for two of them--they have danger lines going through them (diagonal lines). I tried Replacing from the Bin as has been suggested elsewhere, but the clip starts at the very beginning, instead of the in and out points of the original clip. What do I do? Thanks!

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Danger lines on relinked clips, replace with clip from bin does not work!

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I recently relabelled and reorganized the clips on my hard drive.  I then reopened the Premiere project and relinked all the files. They all relinked successfully except for two of them--they have danger lines going through them (diagonal lines). I tried Replacing from the Bin as has been suggested elsewhere, but the clip starts at the very beginning, instead of the in and out points of the original clip. What do I do? Thanks!

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Hmm that's odd. What happens if you make your clips offline again, and do a replace media instead? Does that make a difference?

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what happens if you play them outside premiere pro ?

if they play normally try getting them into media encoder and export them from there

then import them back to premiere, since you have 2 files only, if they don't import

into media encoder try importing/exporting from after effects ... seems like the files are corrupted

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I had Similar. Tried to open a project that was delivered to me on an external hard drive. All media was slipped on the timeline, therefor all incorrect AND in the cases where there was no media to slip to, it left diagonal lines in the timeline clips. Double clicking on the clips brought be to the source where the in and out markers seemed to be in the correct time, however, the clip start and stop in the timeline did not correspond to those in and out markers.

I created a new project and imported the misaligned project. The imported sequences where correct. Hope that helps this situation.

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What camera was used to record the footage?

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I have the same issue. I'm editing a project with footage from two different cameras. One was transcoded from Blackmagic raw into ProRes 422 and that is working fine and the other is H264 - MP4 AVC shot on a Sony a7s II. All the MP4 shots in my sequence are now out of sync. I did move them between drives but that is all. None of the suggestions by Adobe are helping. I cleared the cache, upgraded, offline and relinked with "Align Timecode" not selected... I'm trying to export all the MP4s into prores to see if that relinks. I also tried to link to the shot on the bin but the in point is off as well. Not happy, this is happening in the middle of a job... anyone tried to export XML into FCPX? Might need to migrate there...

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Ok I was able to fix it by going back to my earliest Auto-Save and relinking with the settings below. This tells me that its not so much an issue with the MP4 metadata as it is with some Premiere bug. I am currently on the latest version but I still had to go back and use a previous project since the latest one wasn't linking right. Lost all my most recent edits.............. smh adobe.......

I know I shouldn't edit with MP4s but this never happened before.

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