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Trouble Importing Video into Adobe Premiere
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I've found when adding mkvs directly into Premiere can cause issues with the timeline and frames when editing together different sources, muxing to mp4 first and no such issues.
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#12
Mp4 best bet then (not re-encode, just repack). Let us know if it solves your issues.
AKA thxita on OriginalTrilogy
I preserve movies as they first appeared in Italy.
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#13
Thanks for all the tips everyone. The repackaging as a .mp4 seems to have solved it based on all my spot checks! I've since rendered and muxed it with the theatrical DTS 6 track and will run it all the way through tomorrow.

Having the period accurate Paramount logo at the start and a blue ratings band at the end are icing on the cake!
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I personally can't load MKVs, at least not in my version of Premiere. I have to put them through MKV Converter first, and even then it sometimes fails at that!
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