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Glitchy Video Clips In Premiere

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Aug 23, 2020

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Hi there. For some reason, when I import MOV video clips taken on my iPhone into Adobe Premiere the videos get glitchy. If I scroll through it by dragging or skip around the video, the audio gets "un-sync'd" and the video will start over while I'm scrolling through it. I didn't used to have this problem with video from the same iPhone a few years ago, and it only started happening in Premiere 2020, so I went back to Premiere 2018 and it's still happening. I've found a way around this issue by converting the clips to mp4 using Format Factory (if I use Media Encoder I still have the same issue in mp4) but now all my videos' "created" dates, which I use to make sure I'm putting the clips in cronological order, say Decemer 31, 1903. When I right-click on the videos themselves and check their properties it still has the correct "created" date but Premiere is no longer recognizing the correct date after I convert it.

 

Does anyone know how to fix the glitching issue or get Premiere to recognize the correct "created" date?

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Glitchy Video Clips In Premiere

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Hi there. For some reason, when I import MOV video clips taken on my iPhone into Adobe Premiere the videos get glitchy. If I scroll through it by dragging or skip around the video, the audio gets "un-sync'd" and the video will start over while I'm scrolling through it. I didn't used to have this problem with video from the same iPhone a few years ago, and it only started happening in Premiere 2020, so I went back to Premiere 2018 and it's still happening. I've found a way around this issue by converting the clips to mp4 using Format Factory (if I use Media Encoder I still have the same issue in mp4) but now all my videos' "created" dates, which I use to make sure I'm putting the clips in cronological order, say Decemer 31, 1903. When I right-click on the videos themselves and check their properties it still has the correct "created" date but Premiere is no longer recognizing the correct date after I convert it.

 

Does anyone know how to fix the glitching issue or get Premiere to recognize the correct "created" date?

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If the footage is variable framerate convert to constant framerate with Handbrake before bringing into Premiere.

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Thanks, Ann. That did stop the glitching but it created a new clip with the "created" date being today, instead of the actual filmed date. I need to be able to keep the original filmed date so I can sort the videos in cronological order.

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