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Red dots on playback screen!!

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May 13, 2019

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I opened a project only to find red dots on the playback screen. They are only visible on two of the sequences. Never seen those before. Any idea what they are?

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Red dots on playback screen!!

Explorer ,
May 13, 2019

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I opened a project only to find red dots on the playback screen. They are only visible on two of the sequences. Never seen those before. Any idea what they are?

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New Here ,
Dec 16, 2019

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I'm currently having this same issue.. did you ever figure out what the problem was or how you fix it? 

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Mar 07, 2020

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Hey,
did you get a resolve for this?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 07, 2020

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Plugin in trialversion?

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Sep 14, 2020

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How is this the only tme this question is asked on the internet and yet Adobe hasn't answered or addressed this anywhere? HOW DO WE FIX THIS?? Premiere is being such a damn headache lately I'm thinking about going back to Final Cut. Why is everything so difficult for no reason ...

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Sep 14, 2020

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You're the third person to post on this. So it's not a 'huge!' or universal issue for the general user base at all. And no one has posted back with further details, updates or anything. So there's no data trail for us peers here to check.

 

Ann had a very reasonable question ... as this sort of thing is done at times for 'watermarking' trial plugins/effects when using prior to obtaining the license details for the plugin. Do you have a plugin in use here?

 

Another possibility is some sort of GPU/graphics issue, especially a driver problem.

 

Other than that, I've not heard nor seen such things. So more details from you would be of immense help to try and sort out why you're getting whatever you're getting.

 

First ... a screen-grab of your Program monitor screen, drag/dropped onto your text reply box so it appears directly in your reply, would be of use. As would a list of your hardware ... OS/CPU/RAM/GPU/vRAM/GPU driver version.

 

The media, and what created it ... camera, phone, screen-grab, what?

 

Then include information for any effects or plugins you may be using where this appears.

 

That would give us some basis to start troubleshooting this with you.

 

Neil

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Nov 09, 2020

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I had the same issue, and here is the solution:

Click on the video clip on your timeline wherever you see the red dots and go to the Effects Controls. Look for Cinema Grids and deactivate or delete it. The red dots should disappear.

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Nov 09, 2020

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Is this a plug-in as Ann and Neil suggested?  But thanks for posting this.  Hopefully it will help others...  

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