Did you try to connect to a different network and then check the sync speed?
I'm having the same problems adobbe clip Will not sync with creative cloud or dropbox keeps coming up with an error on the way to do it just said on the phone and put it up dropbox at White all creative cloud that way
It worked when i was importing a clip at a time, but when it was multiple clips it just gets stuck after the first one is uploaded.
Have you tried syncing your Clip project to Premiere again? I'm having this same issue and can't get it resolved.
bronwyn-lewis, what's the trick for an efficient sync? I've tried several times and it seems to get bottle necked at 25% and won't finish syncing. I have yet to successfully send an Adobe Clip project to Premiere Pro for fine tuning. Ugh.
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1. Go to your iPhone Settings. Switch Auto-Lock to "Never".
2. Plug in your charger
3. Start syncing.
4. Pray that nobody calls you. I left it over night.
Clip stops syncing after it gets pushed to the background or after iPhone is locked.
Took me over 11 hours to sync my 4k footage, but it finally did it.
Would be just simpler if Clip would only sync the project file and then you could plug in your source files manually.
I am having a similar issue, but even stranger. When I close the app and re-open it, I see the sync symbol on the bottom left. I click on it, and it shows the videos syncing. Then it says they are synced. When I go into the video and hit share to Premiere Pro, it says I need to wait a few minutes until the video syncs with creative cloud.
Mercury will not be retrograde for much longer!
Has anyone found a fix to this issue? I've been trying to export the project from Adobe Clip to Premier Pro for 2 days now, but it's keep saying syncing and nothing happens, the progress bar is still at 0%.
I guess I should change back to iMovie, at least I can export the project to iMovie desktop and then from desktop app I can send it to FCPX,
Hi. Look 2 posts up where I explained 4 points on how to sync properly.
I saw your post and appreciate it, but that workaround is unacceptabl, especially when you pay for a service. I was hoping someone from Adobe saw the issues that happen and are doing something to address them.
I'm pissed because if I would have know this isn't working as advertised, I wouldn't have lose my time doing the cut in Clip app, but iMovie,which is 10x easier to use, it exports the project in minutes(not hours), and doesn't crash as Clip crashes(I've sent 5 crash reports during the cut, and I'm only using clips that are 1920x1080 60FPS, each one no longer than 15 sec)
Not to mention that I'm paying good money for CC subscriptio, so....