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I imported the video assets in a new Adobe Premiere project and it turns out that my video files are now having the length: 00:01:01, which is unnatural, the modified date being the recent one (few minutes ago).

What I've done was to add the Camera Label and creat the multicamera sequence...

I am a bit worried that the original files were corrupted since I do not have a backup.

So far, the total folder size looks fine (+600GB), but I have no idea how to reset the video assets back to original length.

How can I solve this?

  • Did the original clip change? Premiere doesn't alter source file. – Alisha G Aug 1 at 10:04
  • Yes, it did... Most of the videos are now 1 minute in length... – Ionică Bizău Aug 1 at 11:20
  • Can you post a listing of the folder. More information on file sizes and types and any meta data about them that you can post would be helpful. – AJ Henderson Aug 1 at 22:49
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What version of Premiere are you using? Could you please use MediaInfo to post information about one of the source files? Premiere should not be modifying the source files at all.

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