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Re: Adobe Premier CC 2014 and Flickering

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Adam Kawecki
Re: Adobe Premier CC 2014 and Flickering
on Jan 9, 2015 at 11:49:49 am

Dear David,
Since my last post I didn't find a solution other than returning to CC2013 or earlier version. If it's really bad and you don't want to recreate your project from scratch, I'd recommend:
1. Exporting xml from cc2014 and importing it into an earlier version of Premiere;
2. Using After Effect to export a project into it and then back to previous version of Premiere (I've heard it works for some, I don't know how to do it though)
3. Nesting every single clip on the timeline that shows the issue, and then adding all the effects that you had on the original by copying them and pasting on the nested clip, or adding them again which may be more effective. This one worked for me in most cases. For adjustment layers, if you have only one track with them, you might want to consider nesting entire sequence and adding the effects from the adjustment layers on the nested sequence.

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