FCP Translation Results displayed as "Missing Media" on startup, though not stored in project
At my work we export a fair amount of XMLs. When I receive a Premiere file from a coworker and open it on a different computer, it gives me the missing media popup every time I open the project, even if all the other media is online.
The "offline media" is FCP Translation Result .txt files, and the file path is always "/Users/(username)/Documents". There's no "Clip Name" displayed, since they're not stored in the project panel, or anywhere user-facing. This happens anytime the Premiere is unable to locate these .txt files.
It's not a big deal to just Offline All and move on with your day, but it is an annoying and unnecessary step.
Would it be possible to have these missing Translation Results not appear in the Missing Media popup window, or perhaps just have them not linked at all in the Premiere Pro project after exporting the XML?