I did uncheck both boxes on the Preference, but it didn't work at first.
But, then I shut PPro down and tried again.
I had to resave the SWF from Flash and then reimport it... AND IT WORKS!!.
So, why is the XMP corrupting the SWF file?
To give you an idea... say I had two squares. One would show an the other wouldn't or none at all.
Thanks for your help!!
The XMP ID is a piece of metadata written into the file to identify it. Apparently, it is being injected in a way that damages the SWF file.
Please submit a bug report here so that the Premiere Pro engineers know that this has impacted you:
Thanks... doing it right now!
I was having the same problem. I disabled the XMP ID and the file is no longer being corrupted. However, the .swf file won't play at all. My sequence is just black. What am I doing wrong?
I have the same problem. I have a SWF file that I try to Import to Premier Pro CS5. When it imports it only shows it as being 1 second long and there's nothing to playback despite the SWF file playing fine and being over 28 seconds long? I imported the audio separately and it's fine. I've tried the above and it's still not working. How come?
I am having this problem as well. Did anyone figure out the solution. Thanks
TENGO LA SOLUCIÓN ...
I DON'T WHY, WHEN I HAVE SOMETHING KING O TEXT FIELD.. EVERYTHIG CRASH, BUT WHEN I ERASE ALL THE TEXT, THE SWF WORK... I SUSPECT THAT THE PROBLEM IS FOR THIS WAY.
P.S... EXCUSE ME FOR MY POOR ENGLISH
LOOK SOME TEXT THAT YOU HAVE IN .FLA, LOOK THE PROPERTIES AN FIELD CALLED TEXT TLF.. AND CHANGE FOR CLASIC TEXT... AND... VOILÁ