When I open my project I get this:
Then, none of the volume adjustments work on the timeline.
Everything you need to know:
Mac OSX Snow Leopard
Premiere Pro CS6 (Production Premium)
Project imported from FCP7 XML, although I have removed all effects etc from that import. All filters and adjustements have been made in premiere.
I've copied all the clips into a new timeline, restarted premiere, rebooted, don't know what else to do.
Hmm... May have found a workaround.
Exported problem sequence from Premiere to XML and imported XML into new project, and seems to be fine now.
Maybe XML from FCP error, that re-exporting does away with? I don't know...
For the record I'm having this same problem. Scary, since I made a bunch of audio edits and lost that work.
Definitely smells like a bug. I'm using Xto7 to convert a sequence from FCP X to an XML file CS6 can read; I'm having to run both FCP X and Premiere simultaneously, since Xto7 didn't really do a good job. The problem occured when I switched back and forth between the two, and tried to relink an offline file in my Premiere project (where I am reassembling the sequence). Suddenly the sound would not play. I quit and restarted, and got the error above. Ugh.
I am also having this same error. For me it only seems to be happening when dealing with a sequence which has been synced using Plural Eyes. If I don't close Premier, do the dynamic link to Encore & burn to disc it seems to work. The problem occors when I shut down premier.
Weird and annoying. Definitly a bug.
I amusing CS6 on my iMac, and working with Mov & MXF files
I'm having the same problem. Also used pluraleyes before hand, by way of FCP. I'm working on an hour long documentary, so it's more than anoying. I basically have to re-level everything, everytime I open the project.
The lack of support for CS6 has been a huge problem in general. Having just switched from Final Cut, I'm used to finding answers online, but with Adobe so far I feel like I'm a lonely beta tester.
I'm having the same problem. My sequence originated in FCP7, but i never used pluralize w/ it FYI. So I would guess it must be an XML related issue.
This problem is a serious bummer. Decided to do a rough mix in PP, and now a half day of work seems to be gone, with no way of resurrecting.
I have updated to 6.02, still with the same results when i launch the project.
Please get on this bug adobe.
I am getting this error as well. My project started in FCP 7 and is being worked on in Premiere CS6 via XML import. Working on a Mac (10.6.8). An annoying, time-consuming bug to say the least. Looks like I'll have to do all my audio mixing in Audition?
Please address this issue, Adobe.