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Weird and annoying automatic zoom during playback

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Aug 01, 2017

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Hello everybody.

Have been using Premiere for a while now but never had this happening before. Got a footage from client shot on GH5 ( never worked before with footage from this camera). Project is 1080, footage is 4k. I drop it on timeline and scale to 50% and it looks as it should but once playback starts or i move playhead with mouse it automatically scales back to 4k. Playback stops and it scales back to 1080. See the attached video. Any advice would be highly appreciated! Thank you.

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For GH5 footage on the current release of PrPro, you need to right-click in the Program Monitor, and in the options that pop up, select 'High Playback Quality'.

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Weird and annoying automatic zoom during playback

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Hello everybody.

Have been using Premiere for a while now but never had this happening before. Got a footage from client shot on GH5 ( never worked before with footage from this camera). Project is 1080, footage is 4k. I drop it on timeline and scale to 50% and it looks as it should but once playback starts or i move playhead with mouse it automatically scales back to 4k. Playback stops and it scales back to 1080. See the attached video. Any advice would be highly appreciated! Thank you.

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Correct answer by R Neil Haugen | Adobe Community Professional

For GH5 footage on the current release of PrPro, you need to right-click in the Program Monitor, and in the options that pop up, select 'High Playback Quality'.

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For GH5 footage on the current release of PrPro, you need to right-click in the Program Monitor, and in the options that pop up, select 'High Playback Quality'.

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Thank you! Issue resolved!

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Yea ... that's an issue the engineers are said to be working on. There's been a number of people asking about that.

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Is it resolved or is it a bug? The video below might be worth watching. Premiere Pro does have some issues to say the least.

https://youtu.be/1mJnLnyACog

This video reveals the reason for the tack matte bug in Premiere Pro CC.

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I actually don't know how to do this

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This is a three-year old thread with a different version of Premiere. I'd suggest starting a new post using the blue "Post to Cummunity" button, giving full details of your computer and media and what is happening.

 

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Did you make a bug report?

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