Don't think i don't appreciate your time on this....I'd love to solve it and been at it for a few years now...the big reason for my stock i'm now back in FCP.....just can't get the look to hold over. Works well, but it's also not native.
I'll be on your site now...much appreciated. and if for any reason you have the magic bullet...fire away.
*and you were a big help b the way....
I'm having a similar issue: I'm using CS6 on a Mac and would like to output Apple Prores from Premiere Pro. I have Apple Compressor installed and the Codecs appear in /Library/Quicktime. However, I don't have the ProRes option when trying to export. How did you guys fix that? (see attached screen grab)
No, never had FCS installed, but installed Apple Compressor as well as downloaded the ProApps Apple Quicktime codec from their website.
It seems some people have been able to output Prores without having to buy Final Cut Pro.