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Adding a 14:34 min MPG-4 video turns to a 7:17 minute media on Premiere Rush

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Feb 17, 2020

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Adding a 14 min 34 s MPG-4 video file automatically shows as 7 min 17 s media on Premiere Rush...
Video get double speed and audio stay as original, but cuts at end of the videoScreenshot_22.jpg

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Adding a 14:34 min MPG-4 video turns to a 7:17 minute media on Premiere Rush

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Feb 17, 2020

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Adding a 14 min 34 s MPG-4 video file automatically shows as 7 min 17 s media on Premiere Rush...
Video get double speed and audio stay as original, but cuts at end of the videoScreenshot_22.jpg

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 18, 2020

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A more complete MediaInfo report might be helpful.

With the clip open in MediaInfo, set View to Text and copy the text from the report and paste it to this forum.

Also, is this video from a camcorder or from some other source?

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Adobe Employee ,
Feb 20, 2020

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Hi danilonecher!

Welcome to the community. Could you share more info with us?

Waiting for your response.

Thanks,

Kartika

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Thanks for including the screenshot. I think it has an important clue: two frame rates:

  • Frame Rate: 59.94
  • Original Frame Rate: 29.97

What can you tell us about the origins of this clip? Device/camera, settings... 

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