I have been shooting in 59.94fps and interpreting it to 23.976fps for years now. I've never had an issue. Now with this latest Premiere update (v14.1), suddenly I can't scrub my footage anymore. I constantly get shown frames from earlier in the clip rather than the frame I'm on. The only way to get the right frame to show is to stop the scrubbing or slow it way down to a crawl. It's making it impossible to edit my footage faster than a snail's pace. I can't afford to lose this much time. My footage format has not changed. The type of camera I use and the settings I use have not changed. The only thing that changed was the update. I always interpret the footage before adding it to my timeline, and I always let Premiere automatically create the right sequence settings by directly dragging my footage to an empty timeline window. I've tried changing the sequence settings, but that doesn't do anything.
Has anyone else run into this problem? Have you found any solutions yet? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
Yeah man, I just read another post on this forum about someone else having the same issue and apparently he talked to Adobe support and they said it's just a bug with Ver.14 and the only way to correct is downgrade to 13. Such a shame as it just started happening halfway through my project. 😞
Downgrading is their solution? Such sage advice.
Genuine, honest, serious question (for an Adobe employee if they acutally read this): do you all actually have a quality-control process? or is it the "Move Fast And Break Things" mentality?
Looking into making a permanent move to DaVinci Resolve. And it's free.
I have the exact problem, so annoying
Since May... We are in september.
seriously. It's absurd this isn't fixed yet.
Same problem here with 14.4. Damned Adobe what are you waiting for ??
14.6 and the problem still continues.
This is a pretty unforgiveable bug, but the solution I've found is to nest my clips first... then change their speed. Best of luck.
Here's a pretty simple way of reverting your project back to version 13 without starting over. It's saved me quite a few times at this point, and it's alot simpler than it seems at first glance. Goodluck!
I did the same thing back in May, and have been using version 13 since then. It is really shocking that adobe still did not fix it
14.7 still hasn't fixed this issue. I have to do a ton of speed ramps and quick cuts and this bug slows me down tremendously.
This has also been happening to me since that update. Unacceptable that it hasn't been fixed. I have tried to pester Adobe on it and they have no fix and have almost no idea when I explain it to them. The issue basically undermines the entire point of their NLE.
Adobe is the new Quark. Remember them?