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    Starting just recently, I am seeing markers on footage that are misaligned between audio and video tracks. This is for raw footage that has never been unlinked and is clearly in sync. I'm seeing it in different batches of footage, though mostly from the same camera. The markers in the attached image were set by locating the playhead on a specific place on the audio track and then hitting the M key to set a marker. That single keystroke is placing a marker at the playhead location on the audio track and a marker on the video track that is offset by exactly -02:20 from the location of the one on the audio track.

     

    Nothing has changed in our recording or ingesting procedures since before the problem appeared. It's not interfering much with our editing procedures, but it's definitely annoying. Anyone know what could be going on here?

    Markers.PNG

    Thanks in advance.


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    Question 1:

    When I drag my footage into the library it shows as 24fps. Should I be interpreting this as 23.976? Is there a difference?  

     

    Question 1b:

    Is it okay to interpret the 24 as 23.976 if I need to?

     

    Question 2:

    When I drag in my 60fps footage into the library its showing as 59.16.... Should I be interpreting this as 60 or will that mess me up?

     

     

    Much appreciated!!

     

    T


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  • 01/11/19--11:24: problem with mkv format
  • A big company like Adobe has a problem with mkv format ...why?

    Is there a particular reason, or is Adobe unable to fix this problem and is incapable of identifying this format?

    Please do something's for fix this problem...

    I have a mkv format 6ch audio and then When I enter it into Primer, there is no reaction. Please give me a response. Thank you


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    In Windows, if you use the razor tool, hold down Control+Shift while clicking and it will place a cut across all tracks. In MacOS, it's Command+Shift while clicking with the razor tool.

     

    If you don't want to use the razor tool and just want to make the cuts at the playhead, add K to the keystroke.

     

    Therefore to make cuts at playhead across all tracks:
    Windows: Control+Shift+K

    MacOS: Command+Shift+K

     

    I hope this helps!


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  • 01/11/19--11:28: Re: problem with mkv format
  • My premier is 2018 lastest update 12.1.2


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  • 01/11/19--11:31: Sluggish Performance
  • I am editing the same multicam sequence on the same machine that I was doing 6 months and now the performance is too sluggish to do the job. Have the updates turned it into a hog?


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  • 01/11/19--11:41: Re: Sluggish Performance
  • More information needed for someone to help... please click below and provide the requested information

    -Troubleshooting https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2261475

    -Premiere Pro Video Editing Information FAQ http://forums.adobe.com/message/4200840


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    Is there a justified text option you can include in MOGRTs? Is that an option currently? So, if in Premiere someone wants the paragraph center justified they can do that?


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  • 01/11/19--11:41: Re: problem with mkv format
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  • 01/11/19--11:58: Re: problem with mkv format
  • Officially mkv is not supported but there are user who can import mkv without an issue (like me).

    Easiest way is to convert with HandBrake to mp4.

     

    BTW 12.1.2 is not the latest build: 13.0.2 is.


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    Update nVidia display drivers?


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  • 01/11/19--12:23: Re: problem with mkv format
  • A big company like Adobe has a problem with mkv format ...why?

    Because it isn't used by professionals, the market segment Premiere Pro is designed for.  (Though that does seem to be changing lately.)


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    You working in 2019?


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    There is a difference between 24 and 23.976 (aka 23.98).

     

    Keeping it simple, 24 is the cinema standard, 23.976 is the broadcast equivalent.

     

    It is important to use the correct frame rate in the production pipeline, as glitches can arise if you make an error.

     

    It's not important which one you choose.  Just make sure all devices and settings use the same one.


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    60 is most often shorthand for 59.97.  The two terms are used interchangeably.

     

    59.16 doesn't exist as a standard.  You may have some oddball footage there.


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    It's 1.21 in Photoshop, so unless there's an export setting I'm missing, it shouldn't be different. The 873x582 image is also 1.21, says 1.0, and fits perfectly.


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    Sorry, should have said. This version is 12.1.2. I am using Windows 10.


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    Is there any way to get the feature back to how it was in CC 2017?

    I don't like this new method of having to let go of Shift to move horizontally.

     

    Can I toggle this?


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    I contacted Dell Support.  They did not have an answer


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    UIUCKate,

    See if it occurs in an updated version as a test.

     

    Thanks,
    Kevin


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