When playing back canon cinema RAW light footage from my C200 the audio will drop out after 4 seconds while the video keeps playing. Then when I start stop the audio will start playing again before dropping out. The audio meter also drops out. When pairing the clip with separate audio it works fine. But even unlinking audio from the camera this doesn't help the issue. Anytime the audio from the camera is paired with the clip I see the same issue. Makes it impossible to playback clips to watch and review unfortunately.2 votesNeeds More Info · AdminFergus Hammond (Product Manager, Video & Audio Cloud Workflows, Adobe DVA) responded
Can you tell me a few things about your setup?
- What operation system & version are you using?
- What version of Premiere Pro?
- What frame rate is the video from your C200?
- Is this a new problem; have you previously been able to use C200 media successfully?
C200 media is playing fine on my computer so it would be good to get some more info from you.
Bring back DV importing on Mac5 votes
Premiere Pro constantly performs and redoes "conforming" of files each time a project is opened. The same files are redone each time.
This seems to happen most often with MP3 files.
Rather than re-doing the same work on the same files each time, Premiere should save these conforms so they can be referred to rather than redone.1 vote
Normally, each file is conformed only once, and conform files persist across sessions.
Is the media perhaps on a file server, whose clock is not synchronized to the edit system? That’s one common cause of reconforming.
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