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Trouble with moving clip marked in and out in source monitor to timeline

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Hi Guys,

 

I am having problems doing something (and i am not sure if its just because i have made up in my head you should be able to do it).

 

I have a video clip that is say 4hrs long, and i have identified a clip from that i would like to bring to my timeline. So in the source monitor, i marked the shorter clip in and out (for the bit that i want). The issue is that when i drag it to the timeline, it just brings the whole 4 hours and not my selection.

 

So i guess my question is two-fold: Is what i am trying to do even possible? And if it is, is there something wrong with the way i am trying to do it?

 

I am using premiere pro cc on a Macbok pro recently updated to Big Sur.

 

I'm quite new to this and normally what i would have done is imported the whole 4 hours into the timeline, deleted everything i didnt want untl i was left with my tiny clip. However, seen as there are the in out markers when i was reviewing my footage, i assumed it would be able to work that way.

 

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Trouble with moving clip marked in and out in source monitor to timeline

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Hi Guys,

 

I am having problems doing something (and i am not sure if its just because i have made up in my head you should be able to do it).

 

I have a video clip that is say 4hrs long, and i have identified a clip from that i would like to bring to my timeline. So in the source monitor, i marked the shorter clip in and out (for the bit that i want). The issue is that when i drag it to the timeline, it just brings the whole 4 hours and not my selection.

 

So i guess my question is two-fold: Is what i am trying to do even possible? And if it is, is there something wrong with the way i am trying to do it?

 

I am using premiere pro cc on a Macbok pro recently updated to Big Sur.

 

I'm quite new to this and normally what i would have done is imported the whole 4 hours into the timeline, deleted everything i didnt want untl i was left with my tiny clip. However, seen as there are the in out markers when i was reviewing my footage, i assumed it would be able to work that way.

 

Thanks

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can you please send us a screenshot of the in/out markers on your source monitor?

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Screenshot 2020-11-16 at 17.19.46.pngi've circled it in black in the left hand corner

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are you on the latest premiere pro verison? which version are you working on? 

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I'm on 14.5.0

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this happens when you drag from both the project panel and source monitor?

did you try both? just to narrow down the issue, i haven't yet updated to Big Sur,

I prefer to wait for at least 1 update later ...

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Yh i hopped right into the new update like a dummy lol

 

To answer your question, it happens when i try moving it from both

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I guess we are on a bug with Big Sur

for now, can you please try to trash the preferences and clean your media cache?

sometimes when premiere acts weird, it is because of preferences conflict...

@Kevin-Monahan can you please take a look at this?

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