MacBook Pro | 2.8ghz | i7 | 16GB 1600MHZ DDR3 | NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M 1024 MB | OS X 10.8.5 (12F37) | running Premiere CC 7.0.1 (105)
Now that that's out of the way...
.mp4 files from my GoPro Black (resolution format does not matter) pop at about 95% of the cuts I make.
I usually scrub through a clip and in/out it, then (.) to insert it into the timeline, but any combination of methods of cutting a clip produce the pop.
If I in/out a clip and insert it, I get a pop at the cut, if I the change both the in and out point, I get a pop at the new out point.
It's not a glitch in the audio file as has been previously suggested.
It happens on every one of my .mp4 files at any of an infinite amount of cut points.
In essence, I cannot edit .mp4 files without introduing pops at 95-100% of my cuts.
.mov files from my Canon 5DMKII and MKIII work fine.
This leads me to believe it's a codec/compression issue.
Is anybody else experiencing this, and more importantly, is their a fix for it?
Cheers and thanks...
mp4 is a delivery format ..not particularly suited for editing.
It is highly compressed and audio will be a shortcoming due to the way it is stored within the container.
Correct me if I am wrong anyone.
"Popping," or "clicks" can be introduced, when editing Audio, by Cutting at a non-Zero Crossing. See this article for more info: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/770665
Now, that is just one possibility, but I would check that out, to either cure the issue, or get that out of the way early.