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Issues in PPRO
-General encoder issues where a render will stop part way through without a detailed description of whats happened.
-Play head in the timeline becomes unstable when scrolling with the mouse - timeline bounces around when zooming in.
-Red flash frames have been appearing when using the multi cam feature. Clearing the cache does nothing and restarting computer/PPro fixes for a short moment but the red flash frames always come back. The red frames appear in the render as well if rendering straight out of PPRO. Ways to counter the red flash frame is to import the sequence into AME and render that way.
-PPRO occasionally believes a file is frozen and will not play it properly or render it out. source file is fine and plays without a problem and even renders/encodes no problems when put into AME. Even if you remove the file from PPRO and then relink it, PPRO still believes that the file is frozen/unplayable. The work around is to transcode the file in AME to something else and replace the source file in PPRO.
-When zooming into the timeline the green audio waveform often disappears and then comes back after a moment. Bit difficult to pin point a specific beat to cut when the waveform is gone.
-Using masks with multiple effects for one video file will often cause the program viewer to make the video appear as though it has shifted partially off the screen to the right and down. Turning off the effects will bring the video back into the center of the program viewer.
-Can no longer copy or move multiple files in multiple bin at the same time. Previously I could select a file in 'BIN A' and a different file in 'BIN B' at the same time and move them together to 'BIN C' but now I have to moves each file individually.
-Importing bulk R3D or MXF folders with spanned clips no longer registers that the clips are spanned which means there are lots of extra folders with multiple duplicate clips getting imported. There is a work around where you can import the spanned clips properly but involves individually importing only one target folder at a time. Which is incredibly time consuming when you have a very large number of folders all with spanned R3Ds. Previous versions of CC prior to 2014 allowed bulk importing of spanned clips via the top folder had zero issues.
Issue in AE/AME
I have also encountered a strange issue when exporting a video using AME which was added from AE.
-I rendered a file from PPRO using AME which had zero issues - no flash frames. Imported it into AE and ran some Noise reduction over it and then added it to the media encoder so I could encode it as H.264 - The project in AE with NR had no flash frames. Once AME was finished with the render I played back the newly created file and noticed a flash frame where a single frame of video from the 5 min mark had been dropped right into another part of the video 7 mins down the line. The AE project had one file in the timeline and on further inspection did not have any random single frames floating around which would have caused the issue.