I have been trying to find a solution for the last couple of months. I know out there someone has an answer for me.
So I keep trying.
Here is my question / problem.
1- I make my first color correction with Redcine, then save the rm.'s
2- Then I do my edit with Premiere. When finished export the edit as xml.
3- Import the xml to RedCine-X Pro again to do fine tunings according to the edit.
4- Do my fine tunings and save rm.'s again.
Here is the problem.
When I open my existing edit in premiere my fine tuned color correction should be available, instead I still see
my first color correction. And I have to click on source settings and again click on reload from rmd for each clip.
I assume that Premiere is reading the first color correction from a cache file or something like that.
How can I reload all clips with the new fine tuned rmd's ? Any ideas..
I was expecting this situation to be solved with CS6 but still continues..
I have no idea why Adobe continues to ignore this issue. You would think at least in the CC version of Premiere, there would be a function that would reload all the RMD's in your project. Very annoying. You can use a third party piece of standalone software, but Adobe really should take care of this in-house.