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  1. When importing AVCHD files in Mac OSX...Premiere needs create unique MTS filenames

    When importing AVCHD files from different recording sessions but part of a same project when .MTS files are dragged into a timeline and multiple timelines from different recording sessions are open at the same time...audio playback from other .MTS files in other timelines occur. This most likely happens because every .MTS is labelled with a generic number 00001.MTS. It could possibly be that Adobe Premiere has the ability to catalogue and continuously keep things organized...but when it sees multiple files with the same numbering system it's not hard to imagine it getting confused even thought the clips are in separate…

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    4 comments  ·  Import  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    I have an AVCHD camera, that follows that naming convention; agreed, tedious.

    Renaming source media files on import can cause problems with lots of formats, and is a behavior PPro avoids, whenever possible.

    PPro can differentiate between files with identical names, based on their paths. But you’re right, this isn’t very obvious in the project panel (unless you’ve already set up the project panel to show paths).

    Would your suggestion be to append the date/time to the project item name, associated with 00001.MTS files?

  2. auto import

    Please add auto-import option to Premiere

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