.brawformat. Some reported on Adobe Forums that this happens with different video formats.
.prprojin your filesystem and you are moving both your .prproj Premiere project and your footage at the same time. After studying the case of our users concerned by this error, it seems to happen on both Windows and Mac OSX but only in the 2020 version of Premiere Pro (so only in 14.0.0 or 14.0.1). It doesn't seem to happen in older versions of Adobe Premiere Pro and no one has reported to us that their audio files were also shifted (unless they are linked to a video file of course).
.xmlfrom your first Premiere Pro project for each of your sequences, then after moving your assets (footage) in the new location, create a new Premiere Pro project and import each
.xmlone by one. One user said it worked and another said it didn't.
D:\MyLatestPProProject(this would be your
E:\FromMyPreviousComputer\MyLatestPProProject(this would be your
.gzand extract what's inside with 7zip or Keka (see preparations)
<FilePath>PREVIOUS_PATHand Replace by this
<FilePath>NEXT_PATH. Replace of course the value of
NEXT_PATHwith what you got in the preparation of this method. Beware of forward slash and back slash ! In our example you would look for
<FilePath>D:\MyLatestPProProjectand replace it with
<ActualMediaFilePath>PREVIOUS_PATHand replace by this
<ActualMediaFilePath>NEXT_PATH. In our example you would look for
<ActualMediaFilePath>D:\MyLatestPProProjectand replace with
.prprojso that Premiere Pro will be able to open it