Shifting Inaccurate Waveforms

Community Beginner ,
Apr 28, 2021 Apr 28, 2021

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Today I updated to 15.1 and found a truly infuriating problem. When I'm zoomed out on the sequence, the audio waveform is inaccurate. I was cutting audio before the waveform and discovering that audio was being cut off. When I Cntl-Z to replace the audio, and zoom (on the sequence), it shifts the audio to where it "really" is. I can't comfortably edit while zoomed in all the time, and am wondering if anyone has a solution to this?

 

Note the below pictures as an example. Same frame in the Sequence, just zoomed in 1 time.

 

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Community Beginner , Apr 28, 2021 Apr 28, 2021
Apparently it's a known issue with certain codecs and they're working on it. Sending it through Handbrake was the solution provided and it worked for the file I was using.

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Apr 28, 2021 Apr 28, 2021

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You might want to try re-setting preferences.

Have Premiere closed.

On Mac hold down Command/Option/Shift and click on Premiere's Icon to open the software, keep holding the keys and let your system make changes.

Same process for Windows but hold down Control/Alt/Shift.

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This didn't seem to work 😞

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Apparently it's a known issue with certain codecs and they're working on it. Sending it through Handbrake was the solution provided and it worked for the file I was using.

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