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Image sequence doesn’t work in premiere pro cc

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Dec 02, 2017

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i wanna create a timelapse video of about 1300 stills in adobe premiere pro cc 2017 on mac. I go to files, import, the target folder of sequenced photos which are arranged numerically, select the first photo, click option in the buttom of the wndow and check the image sequence box. I expect to immidiately have all my stills imported for creating timelapse but it only imports 1 or sometimes only 4 of the photos. In some attempts it only could import 160 photos.

I used to work with premiere pro on windows and it worked perfect for creating timelapse but now it even cant import all the photos.

please help.

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Image sequence doesn’t work in premiere pro cc

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Hi

i wanna create a timelapse video of about 1300 stills in adobe premiere pro cc 2017 on mac. I go to files, import, the target folder of sequenced photos which are arranged numerically, select the first photo, click option in the buttom of the wndow and check the image sequence box. I expect to immidiately have all my stills imported for creating timelapse but it only imports 1 or sometimes only 4 of the photos. In some attempts it only could import 160 photos.

I used to work with premiere pro on windows and it worked perfect for creating timelapse but now it even cant import all the photos.

please help.

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Try resetting the preferences:

FAQ: How to reset preferences in Premiere Pro?

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Make sure the stills are sequential with a simple name such as 0001.jpg, 0002.jpg, etc.

You can batch rename in the Bridge.

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That fixed the problem. I used the PowerRename feature from PowerToys to batch rename them, so that there wasn't anything behind the numbers in the filenames

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Could have used The Bridge....

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