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I see 2 likely causes: I think Premiere still supports only frame rates up to 60 and your videos may be recorded with higher fps. Premiere tells you what the fps is, for example in Source Monitor, right click on Properties. Or in the Project Panel, you see the fps (you may have to scroll quite a bit or add the column if it's missing). If your material is ...


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