I'm working with some new footage in Premiere CC shot on a C300. I have the footage broken down into a folder for each card we shot. Inside each folder is an entire clean copy of the card. If I dig all the way down to each .mxf I can see them and play back (with some issues), but I'm unable to get Premiere to recognize it as a card of footage at any level. However footage shot on our X105 (in the same format as the c300, 30p at 50mb) does show up and, as far as I can tell, they're both the same structure. Any reason why this is happening? I know I can use the Canon XF utility to pull out all the .mxf files and make a clean copy as a workaround, but CC is supposed to support the C300 file structure, isn't it?
Is this an issue across all systems? I've seen some posts that suggest it's mostly on Macs, then a few that say they have the problem on Windows. I'm running a late 2012 iMac on 10.8. We acquired the footage about three weeks ago, so I triend it out on CS6 and encountered the same problem, but decided to not dive into fixing it since CC was releasing soon. Unfortunetally the problem carried over.
>the problem carried over