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The premiere pro is shortening my clips after importing

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Aug 04, 2020

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If you can see the real length of clip is 5 sec and in premire pro its shortning it to 2 sec its happening with me whenever I import it. the shots are take from OnePlus 7T in MP4 format. I have more clips like this and it's shortening every one of them. Please help me.

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The premiere pro is shortening my clips after importing

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If you can see the real length of clip is 5 sec and in premire pro its shortning it to 2 sec its happening with me whenever I import it. the shots are take from OnePlus 7T in MP4 format. I have more clips like this and it's shortening every one of them. Please help me.

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Hi there,

 

We're sorry to hear about this. We can get this checked. Please let us know the version of Premiere Pro that you are using. Also, ensure that no In/Out points are defined on the Source monitor. To clear any such selection right-click on the Source Monitor and select Clear In and Out. If it's happening without any such selection, please send us a download link for the sample media to get this issue checked at our end.

 

Thanks,

Sumeet

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If the footage is variable framerate (which it definitely is according the properties) convert to constant framerate with Handbrake before bringing into Premiere.

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