Premiere has troubles connecting the right clip

New Here ,
Feb 10, 2021

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Hello everyone. I edited an interview (clip name 00023.MTS) - unfortunately I had linked the file from the memory card when editing. The next day I packed all the data onto the hard drive. And let them reconnect. The funny thing: some clips are neatly linked (see left), but others look like the video is no longer there (it ends at the third clip?!). If I double clip on the 00023- clip or use "ff", the video continues. Just the timeline won't show it. Can you help me? I've never had that problem!

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Feb 10, 2021

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Import the clip again using the Media Browser.

Then right click on the clip in the timeline and choose Replace with and replace it with the newly imported clip.

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Hey, thank you for your reply- - I did that like a million time. With another Interview I realised, that the striped clips on the right are named wrong! Thankfully during that interview I made the titles above with the topic they speak about. And I checked - She didn't say all those things in 00006, but in 00007. I don't know, why the striped clips are renamed to 00006 - therefore the clip is striped, because it's true, the data doesnt exist. 

 

I renamed the source, and I even started renaming the clips in the timeline. But everytime I put them to offline - to reconnect with Clip 7, I disconnect all other clips from 00006 -.- 

 

What a huge mess. -.- Premiere_fail.PNG

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Feb 10, 2021

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I got the solution - well, a work around. 

 

I don't know why Premiere renamed (!) the Clips wrong. Why it renamed the Clip 0006 to 0007 by itself. 

But I just wasn't familiar with the funktion "replace filmmaterial" - so I clicked on the 0007 in source monitor and dragged it onto the wrongly marked 0006 clips (with "option/alt"). Then the bad part was, that I couldn't match the earlier timecode - so I had to synchronize the audio (green clips) from the Recorder, with the audio from the camera. Considering that I already editing tiny tiny clips and had to synchronize all again, was bad - but at least...4 hours later...everything is back and good again..

 

Maybe this helps, If there is any other one with the same premiere problem and that helps. 

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