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Ok I have come up with a workaround. I found that putting the file through Media Encoder and encoding with the "YouTube 1080p Full HD" Preset outputs a file that works with no problem.
Thank you - had exactly same issue and this totally resolved it
Assuming this works, why do we need to do this? I am dropping Iphone video straight in just as I have always done. Only now do I/we have this issue.
It seems like it's a glitch with latest versions of Premiere and AME. They should hopefully fix it soon. I also had to use Handbrake to encode some files because AME was encoding the files with glitchy video and out of sync audio.
Ok, I am a hack so I used AME to set to match source.
That solved the issue for one clip. But, I just did it again with a different clip and it has a skip in the middle of it.
I did again with the Facebook Full 1080p -- skip in the same spot.
Rewatched the original file in Windows movie-thing, no skip.
Rewatched the AME files in quicktime, the skip is there in both the AME files I created.
I had the same exact problem. I definitely recommend Handbrake for the time being until Adobe fixes their s**t.
Has this not been fixed? I have some iphone footage I'm working with and the clips keep jumping back to the beginning and repeating in random places. I don't need yet another step in the whole process here.