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I dont know on which planet support operates but
VFR was introduced in 2018 (12.0.1) and is still supported.
Call up the properties off the clip that will tell you.
Drop clip in timeline and select the master in the effect controls.
Going out of sync does not always mean the clip has vfr.
The best way to tell if the clip has VFR is to open it in Mediainfo.
Thanks for reaching out. Please check this article: New features summary for the January 2018 and October 2017 releases of Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
I hope this answers your query.
I have seen these forums and articles, but Premiere is not detecting my clip as having a variable frame rate. But all the signs and troubleshooting tells me the clip has a variable frame rate.
Did you use Mediainfo?
I have not simply because it's a company computer and I do not have the capability to download new software. The video plays smoothly through Windows Media Player, and has a non-standard frame rate.
It looks to me it does not have vfr.
but Premiere does not get it correct all the time.
What kind of avi is this?
You really need Mediainfo to get the correct information on that file.
I'd transcode your footage to get rid of this issue: https://www.streamingmedia.com/Producer/Articles/Editorial/Featured-Articles/Tutorial-How- to-Restore-A-V-Sync-to-Variabl…
I'll look into this on our side and double check that everything with VFR is working as it should be.