You prove again the old wisdom to finish projects in the version you started with. Onle use a new version for new projects.
Instead of deleting the XMP file, you can better clean the media cache. You may have ended up with double the amount of space used by the media cache.
I know, if i could have i would. The project got too big for my poor little pc to handle so it forced me into an upgrade.
I'll try cleaning the media cache files.
If anyone else has any suggestions keep em coming!
Something i forgot to mention. Each time i load the project it has to find the troublesome video clip. So each time i load the project this video has to conform and index again etc. The rest of the video files it recognises and they don't seem to have any problems at all.
Could this be causing the issue?
Try the following: Rename the troublesome clip. Recapture the troublesome clip using scene detection with HDVSplit to a different directory, assuming you have previously used scene detection, and copy that clip to your media directory and then open PR. It will ask for the location of the renamed clip. Point it to the newly captured clip and see if that solves it.
I hadn't used scene detection with the original. But i will try recapturing the video. If the length of that newly captured clip differs in any way won't that effect where the edits are being taken from?
Will it be something to do with the information premiere is being given as to where to take the cuts from?
If you haven't used scene detection in the first place, forget my remark. It will only alleviate your problems. I have a hard time coming up with an answer. Let me think about it.