I recently installed My Upgraded Version of CS6 from Disks Sent by Adobe. After doing so, i can no longer see CANON MTS files, they open as Offline Media and it also cann not be replaced or re-imported into the Project. In CS5.5 they still open normally. I even imported correctly into After Effects CS6, adn they were viewable. Premier Pro Twitter help Says Solution maybe to start fresh with a new project?? This isnt REALLY a viable option since i have a TON of CS5.5 Projects that contain Canon MTS Files. So if there are any other suggestions i am ALL EARS!!!!
incase any one finds this, Cs 5.5 With MTS files in the project did not initially Load IN CS6. i had to add another Sequence Set to AVCHD in the Sequence presets, then Re-link the MTS files per folder and all files showed up, i hope that helps any one looking for this answer
Please make sure that CS6 is properly activated (requires online activation) so that the protected content will allow these codecs to import.
That is the only reason I can think of right now why you aren't able to relink these files.
Reg Santo Tomas
Premiere Pro QE
I have everything Activated properly, i can see the MTS files only if i Open a NEW Sequence. All the unlocked Presets are there, It just WONT open a CS5.5 project with Canon MTS files in it, i dont have this problem in After Effects CS6, MTS works fine in there. As far as i am concerned, i can use this work around just fine until Adobe Addresses the problem with CS5.5 Opening in CS6 Premier Pro
For my clarification of the issue.
One has never been able to open a previous version project in a later version ...directly.
It usually / always asks if you want to save as a "NEW VERSION PROJECT" first.... and give one a save as option.
What was your workflow as regards opening a CS5.5 project in CS6?
Something I have never done cross versions is Import a previous version into a later version...so I have no idea if that ever worked or otherwise.
Importing and Opening are two very different things and would be handled differently by Premiere - I expect..
I'm thinking this isn't a project compatibility issue. This is the 2nd instance I've heard from users that Canon MTS files aren't working correctly in CS6. I believe QE's looking into the issue to see if they can repro.
The CS5.5 Project Opens, but MTS Files are Shown as Off Line. Also For Clarification, I have ALWAYS been able to open a project containing MTS files from a previous version of Premiere to the New Version, there is a warning that says it will be saved in the New version format. thats Fine. here are my steps because apparently i am not being as clear as i think i am:
System Windows 7 x64
1.) installed CS6 from Disks provided from Adobe
3.) Open a CS5.5 Premier Project, the systm asks to Convert it to CS6, i say YEs
4.) Unlike PREVIOUS versions, the MTS files in this former CS5.5 Now Saved as CS6 are shown as offline
5.) If i Add a NEW Sequence to the Former CS6 Project that uses the AVCHD Preset, i can then Relink MTS files
Without the New Sequence, the MTS files canot be imported nor can they be relinked, premiere pro CS6 complains that the file format is Unsupported
i hope that explanatino is clearer
Thank you for the clarification. I just wanted to make sure that I was following the proper trail.
I will check this out today and see if I can reproduce this issue as described.
Reg Santo Tomas
Premiere Pro QE
I'm in a similar jam.
So does the solution go as follows? : Open the Premiere Pro CS5.5 project in CS5.5 > save as > new version project > close Pp CS5.5 > then open the saved project in Pp CS6.
Is there a similar process for opening an After effects CS5.5 project in Ae CS6 ?
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