Please help! I just opened a Premiere Pro project after about a month and most of my footage is now offline. When I try to replace or relink it to the original footage I get the Media Mismatch Message which says "The selected file does not contain audio media used by clip references in one or more sequences. The audio clip reference will be deleted, and cannot be undone. Do you want to continue?"
The media does in fact contain adio. What caused this and how can I fix it???
Hey, I had a similar thing happen to me as well some time ago... I'll post the answer here in a minute, but first I have to dig back and find the steps in one of my old posts. In the meantime, go ahead and download the program MPEG_Streamclip, because you'll need it as part of the fix...
And here's the fix:
That's really all there is to it. What MPEG Streamclip is doing is spliting the file open, extracting the video and audio and timecode streams, and then writing them into a new QuickTime MOV file. No reencoding--the files are identical (well, the video, audio, and timecode portion anyway) to the originals. Just repeat this process for each file; if you select List > Batch List, you can set them all up at once and let the batch process take over once you're done.
Kinda stupid simple, eh?
Hope that gets you rolling!
For more info about it, check out the thread here.
Great! It's just a problem where the headers of the file get corrupted, and re-writing those headers fixes it. I've never found a reason why it happens, and I've never experienced it again since that first problem with the RED files...
This issue persists in PPro CS6. Look at this: http://forums.adobe.com/message/4793555#4793555
The MPEG Streamclip is from 2008 and are not supporting AVCHD/MTS....
Any fix for this soon from Adobe would be highly appreciated...
So I fixed it somehow by restarting my entire computer, again; apparently if there is any internet issue then perhaps a codec won't load? I can't find the thread that suggested this, but anyway I guess that was the problem. Re-saving it in MPEG Streamclip did not help me in this case FYI.
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