I'm not aware of any such lists, but in the past I do believe Premiere Pro has needed a plug-in to work with DV50 media. It couldn't handle it natively.
Please explain what you mean by "Avid resolutions"? (Sorry the terminology does not make any sense to me....eg.what is a Premiere resolution or what is a FCP resolution?)
Which is technically not correct, of course. Sorry for that, I mean codecs (that represent SD or HD resolution). I mean OMF formats, MXF formats, you know there is like a vast list of codecs for both formats (DV25 420, DV25 411, DV 50, 15:1, 20:1, 10:1, 4:1, MPEG 30, 40 and 50 and so on and on and on). There are tons of different quality standards and datarates to import and ingest to and edit your footage in, but basically it ALWAYS needs to be MXF or OMF.
Now I heard that the DNxHD codec (which is some kind of long-gop MXF) Avid uses for HD is a codec that Premiere will definitely not understand, but I also heard that DV 25 420 MXF (for SD) should commonly work, which I tested but I cannot get any further than importing the AAF in Premiere, opening the imported sequence timeline and the Premiere crashes straight away.
I simply cannot believe so many Premiere users keep saying the exchange is flawless, while I keep getting an error on some part of the MXF SDK Premiere uses. Obviously the Avid ingesteed footage needs to meet very mysterious requirements and specs for Premiere to work with?
do you have the Avid Codecs installed?
i have no trouble with 1:1 MXF, DNxHD, Meridien Uncompressed, i have not worked with other Avid Codecs on a Premiere Machine yet.
But download and install the Avid codecs, you should then also have them as export options from Premiere and ME aswell...
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