I installed latest version of Adobe Premiere Pro 5.52 this week.
I immediately downloaded the RED EPIC Importer updates found here:
I believe I followed the directions accurately…After the installation I rebooted my Mac Pro...
When I tried to import the R3D sample files, I still received the same "corrupt file message" --even after installing the RED EPIC importer files
To be certain, I have reinstalled the RED EPIC Importer update several times----same error message…
My question: Do I need to clear a cache file, restart Premiere (while holding down a key) or do something else to make this work?
Forgive me for asking something that has been covered at length already -- I just don't see an answer....
I think I am seeing the same thing - or I am not doing something right.
Brand new Windows 7 machine with quadro4000.
HOWEVER> one workaround I think is to open the footage using the "view as" menu set to FILE DIRECTORY.
BUT I think this removed the HDR functionality that I get when I open the clips in Cine-x.
I thought that perhaps this was related to the initial transfer to our storage via a Mac platform and then copied over to our windows machine - but now I am not so sure.
I am pretty sure I also installed the drivers/importer files correctly, as I have done it twice now as well.
Anyone else having this issue?
Are we supposed to use a different workflow to bring the EPIC footage into a sequence?
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