Wondering if anyone else is having similiar issue as I am. It's not the end of the world but I do think it's some type of bug issue with CS6 (or maybe I'm doing something wrong).
Without boring you with too many details, part of my workflow includes using Premiere to not only create discs and final products for clients, but also supplying them with a data file copy of their content. When I start a project I set in and out points for my clips and then export the raw clips as compressed files (usually .mov or .mp4). When exporting from CS6 it seems easy enough, I simply select the clip I want to export, choose my export settings and set the "source range" to "clip in/out". Simply enough.
Only one problem, even though the clip in/out visibly changes in the clip window and everything looks like it should work, the exported files never have the in/out points. The resultant exported file is always simply the full clip, as if I never set the source range to clip in/out. Other than that the files look fine and everything else is great.
As a work around I've been simply putting the clips into their own sequences and obviously that solves the problem. I'm just curious if anyone knows the story on this issue. It's not really a big deal, solving the issue would just save me a step and it seems like it's broken at the moment so I thought I would mention it.
I don't think my system and so forth plays a big role in this issue as it's simply a basic function of Premiere but I'm on a MacPro OSX 10.6 with CS6 from Creative Cloud. I've experienced this issue with a variety of different source material and export settings and it's the same problem across the board.
Yes, and when I set the source range to clip in/out the in/out markers move on the mini timeline giving the appearance that my changes have been made. Maybe I should mention that I then queue the exports into AME. Perhaps something is getting lost in translation to AME, I'll try direct export within Premiere on a small clip and see if I experience the same issue.
Ok, took the same small clip and exported it twice (with my clip in/out set in Premiere and with "clip in/out" selected in the "source frame" in the export settings). Exported via queue into AME, the exported file did not have my in/out points it was merely the full clip that I had selected. Exported via Premiere (clicked Export instead of Queue), viola the exported file had the in/out points correct.
It would appear, based on this small test, that the reason my exported clips have been ignoring the in/out points has to do with going from Premiere into AME. Anyone else care to test this theory and tell me if they experience the same issue?
I can confirm that this bug is still happening and hopefully Adobe will fix it.
As a workaround I find the clip in the Projects area and then right click on the clip and select New Sequence From Clip. This will create a sequence that uses the in and out points of the clip. I then export that sequence, then delete once it is completed.
>maybe someone at Adobe
Tell Adobe here https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/index.cfm?name=wishform