I'm using Premiere Pro CS6.0.3 in Win 7 64bit. Almost every time I start a new project, after I've imported my clips to the Project window, as soon as I move the first single clip to the timeline, ALL the clips jump to the timeline in random order, as if they were one big single clip!! Weird! If I Undo it, and then try again to move a single clip to the timeline, then it works okay...usually. Sometimes not, and the only way to correct it is to dump the clips and re-import them, or restart Premiere.
I figure this must be something I've overlooked in one of the setups, but I can't for the life of me figure out what. If I can get a single clip onto the timeline, then the rest of the session works just fine. Also, this doesn't seem to effect saved projects. Just happens when starting a brand new project. Any ideas? Thanks!
You probably have all your clips in 'Selected" mode just after importing them to the Project Bin.
Deselect by clicking away off them first (or CTRL - A )
You said "Deselect by clicking away off them first"
Ahh, not sure about that so how is that done?
When they get imported into a Bin they are all "selected" (Highlighted) in case one wants to do some other group action with them (eg Modify).
CTRL- A will deselect them (ie unhighlight them) allowing one to use them individually.
Clicking off them = click somewhere else apart from the Highlighted files.