>the "don't use a network" line over and over again, but not actually addressing the issue
Well... the issue is that only Adobe Anywhere is DESIGNED to use a network for editing... anything else is not part of the design, so may or may not work
Copying the files to a local drive is the "usual" solution for Premiere Pro
-see messages #1 and #3 in http://forums.adobe.com/thread/771151
-you MUST give all users administrator accounts to use Premiere
-and especially Encore dual layer http://forums.adobe.com/thread/969395
-#5 Server 2008 is UNsupported http://forums.adobe.com/thread/851602
-a work around, of sorts http://forums.adobe.com/thread/957523
-and not on a "domain" http://forums.adobe.com/thread/858977
A solution for networks
Adobe Anywhere http://www.adobe.com/products/adobeanywhere.html
Thanks for the reply, but again it's not an issue with networking as a whole, just with spanned clips from a single camera. We've got copies of PPro installed (and properly licensed) locally on all of the machines. The footage is the only thing that lives on the network.
Users all have administrative access, and, as far as I know, there isn't a firewall running on the LAN. I get that speed or general access can be a problem with networked setups. What I'm not understanding is why the MXFs and MTSs from our other cameras would work perfectly, but the C300 MXFs are 'effed right in the A. Can you please explain how permissions issues or network lag could effect the order that spanned clips are assembled in?
>Can you please explain
No... I do not work for Adobe, and I do not use a network
All I know is in the saved links that I posted... until Adobe Anywhere, no version of Premiere was DESIGNED to work over a network
That means that the program may not work at all, or may partially work... it would seem you fall in the "partially work" area
It appears that another user has the same issue as you. He can't work around it either, unless he takes media to a local drive. Here is that post: http://forums.adobe.com/message/5695585#5695585
At this point, I recommend that you file a bug report: http://www.adobe.com/go/wish
I will also let the engineering team know about the issue and hopefully we'll see a fix or a workaround at a minimum.
Thanks, Kevin. I'll have a look at the post you've linked to, and will file a bug report.