Image import issues

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Dec 08, 2020

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So I have several images here which I made from Illustrator, they're all different. But after I imported it into Premiere Pro and they all look the same. Like all the other images are all showing as image A. How to fix it?

I've tried exporting the image again, and created new project on Pp but none of this work.

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Image import issues

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Dec 08, 2020

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So I have several images here which I made from Illustrator, they're all different. But after I imported it into Premiere Pro and they all look the same. Like all the other images are all showing as image A. How to fix it?

I've tried exporting the image again, and created new project on Pp but none of this work.

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Dec 13, 2020

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Have you looked at them outside of Premiere to confirm they are different? If you did a batch export of some sort, perhaps the issue is there and the images are actually the same. This would be a very strange issue if the images are indeed different.

Also, zoom in to the timeline to confirm you have cut-in the different images and you haven't accidently cut-in the same image multiple times.

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New Here ,
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Yeah I did check it outside of Pr and it's all different. It's solved when I switched the project to another PC but I still don't get why this would happen, quite strange... never have it before.

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Open them all in Ai and resave.

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Well I did that already.

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Try renaming all the images and importing again.

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Did that as well, sadly it won't work. It's solved after I switched the project to another PC but still wanna know why it occured.

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