type isn't displaying background video

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Feb 22, 2021 Feb 22, 2021

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I am not sure what is going on with my Premier Pro. I have created a video, and from the tool panel, I selected the type tool to put a layer of text on my video. It is directly above my background video, yet it still displays a black background. In the effects settings for that 'type clip', it does not have a background set (the checkbox is empty). The clip is in the layer directly above the main background video clip. What am I missing? I just made a video 3 days ago and didn't have this issue.

 

I'm on a PC, running PPro v. 14.9 (updated 11 days ago).

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Feb 23, 2021 Feb 23, 2021

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So here the sequence. It was showing everything fine until I did some time remapping. 

 

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What is weird, is I made a second sequence, in the same project, same settings, and it appears correctly.

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Steps I went to make the clips.

1) Imported raw video files.

2) Created a sequence from the video file I wanted to use. Used warp stabilizer.

3) Placed the saved sequence file (w/warp stabilizer effect). Then did the time remapping.

4) Added Logo as a png. Resized and placed above video clip. This is when the error started to occur.

5) Added text from the type tool. No background selected, but the background is black - the background video clip does not show. 

Things I have tried. Deleting and adding the logo source. I have tried nesting the time remapped sequence. Nothing has worked. I dont' know why one is working over the other.

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