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When I import images, the files imported are duplicated or are not the original file

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Alright, so this is getting me crazy.

 

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I am trying to create a video with approximately 30 different .jpg images. I import the images, but there are some problems:

 

1 - I import the images and the thumbnail shows me like the 30 images are just 2, but duplicate.

2 - The file name is the one that I want, but the image itself is not the file Premiere claim it is. It has to show me "image 1.jpg", but the thumbnail is "image 4.jpg".

3 - I thought it was just a problem with the thumbnail. but when I put "image 1.jpg" into the sequence, it shows me "image 5.jpg", and then when I put "image 2.jpg" it shows me "image 6.jpg" and then all the other images are just "image 5.jpg" and "image 6,jpg" repeatedly. I really don't know what is happening.

 

Hope someone help me. Thank you!

 

(I am using a Premiere Pro 2019, v13.1)

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When I import images, the files imported are duplicated or are not the original file

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Alright, so this is getting me crazy.

 

(Images attached to help the explanation):

I am trying to create a video with approximately 30 different .jpg images. I import the images, but there are some problems:

 

1 - I import the images and the thumbnail shows me like the 30 images are just 2, but duplicate.

2 - The file name is the one that I want, but the image itself is not the file Premiere claim it is. It has to show me "image 1.jpg", but the thumbnail is "image 4.jpg".

3 - I thought it was just a problem with the thumbnail. but when I put "image 1.jpg" into the sequence, it shows me "image 5.jpg", and then when I put "image 2.jpg" it shows me "image 6.jpg" and then all the other images are just "image 5.jpg" and "image 6,jpg" repeatedly. I really don't know what is happening.

 

Hope someone help me. Thank you!

 

(I am using a Premiere Pro 2019, v13.1)

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how are you importing the images? from the project panel or drag and drop?

are you importing an image sequence? we need more info about those jpg

https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/importing-still-images.html

 

 

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I imported both ways, but still the same. The files are .jpg that I imported from a PowerPoint presentation (saved as .jpg). There were other times this happened... In other project I worked, I saved some Illustrator artboards files as .jpeg that acted the same way.

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I'm sorry for this... I tried to embed, but this option was crashing and I weren't able to do it.

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Without having seen the screenshots: Resave all images in Ps and reimport.

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Save in Ps but in what extension? .jpg again?

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That is what i said resave or to whatever (png or psd).

And please embed the images as requested.

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1.JPG2-1.JPG2-2.JPG3-1.JPG3-2.JPG

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