I have the same problem. when I import .MTS (AVCHD file with Sony VG10) file to timeline, PR6 doesn't import the audio. I have the same proble with AE6 as well. Even with RAM preview (Num Pad 0, on AE6) audio doesn't play.
Someone suggested it is not Adobe issue but third party related with licence issue. Then again, why video is editable and audio is not? Doesn't make sense. I have checked the preference but it doesn't seem to need any changes. PR6 does import audio with other files such as .MP4.
AVCHD format is the common file format for most recent camcorders, if AVCHD is not editable in PR6 and AE6 I dont' understand what video camera with what kind of file format should we use?
1st, read these two links
Missing Activation http://forums.adobe.com/message/4626662
2nd, More information needed for someone to help... click these links and provide the requested information
3rd, for the second person
CS6 Bug AVCHD http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1004369?tstart=0
-and LOCK the media http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1077245
Also, Read Bill Hunt on Audio Conforming http://forums.adobe.com/thread/726693
It is most common to have a full folder structure for AVCHD, and the files are usually not placed/wrapped in a VOB. Where is the VOB wrapper coming from?
Which camera are you using?
When you copied over your card's content, did you copy over the full folder structure, or just the AV files themselves?
I am importing VOB and M2TS file from my own made DVD and Blue Ray CDs.
Never had problem in CS5. Encoe CS6 inports M2TS with no problem However
VOB can be inported only under all files.
P PRO CS6 can not see VOB while P Pro CS6 help file listed VOB as importable file.
Please let me know. I even inported the containing folder but no help in P PRO CS6.