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Frames missing after manipulating 360 fusion timelapse

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Sep 29, 2020

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Hello,

 

I'm using Premiere 14.4 and I've imported a GoPro fusion timelapse that I spliced in fusion studio. I made sure the frame rate of the clip and that of the sequence match. When I view the source the clip is fine, I move it into the new sequence it's fine, but as soon as I add reframe or ramp up the speed of the clip, I get a massive amount of missing frames that causes the clip to strobe.

I have done this same process with many other timelapse videos recently.

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Frames missing after manipulating 360 fusion timelapse

New Here ,
Sep 29, 2020

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Hello,

 

I'm using Premiere 14.4 and I've imported a GoPro fusion timelapse that I spliced in fusion studio. I made sure the frame rate of the clip and that of the sequence match. When I view the source the clip is fine, I move it into the new sequence it's fine, but as soon as I add reframe or ramp up the speed of the clip, I get a massive amount of missing frames that causes the clip to strobe.

I have done this same process with many other timelapse videos recently.

MacBook Pro

16Gb RAM

Quadcore

TOPICS
Editing, Error or problem

Views

19

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