Are the Media Cache directories set to the raid O or OS drive?
BTW Try creating a new sequence and copy and paste one of the effected sequences into the new one. Save, close and reopen the project. See if that changes it.
I always keep my media cache / scratch disk on the Raid.
I did the whole new sequence thing. Even tried to export and re-import
an EDL which is the most basic form of log info.
when I re-import the EDL the log info of the files that went offline is missing
and the files show up as 'offline' or 'unknow' in FCP 7.
This all looks like a database corruption issue. Which is a bit of a no-no...
Did you ever find a fix for this? Same thing happening. I have a nearly finished project but my 30 hours of footage is all offline and I can't relink clips back to the original... kinda of a diaster right now.
I don't edit that much anymore and it was only for my showreel so it was not
such a biggie for me.
However this is a complete dealbreaker for me in terms of using the software and I am
also a bit disappointed that nobody from Adobe ever felt the need to comment on this.
If you hear anything from them please let me know.
I updated my Premiere from 6 to 6.0.2 or whatever the current version is and all my offline media relinked and work swimmingly now.
I assume whatever the database bug was is now fixed. Hope so.
I am having the exact same problem twice in a row now. First in a project brought in from FCP and now from one that was just created in CS6. Audio goes offline and no option to link it back up. Really frustrating. The one thing you have to expect from your edit suite is that it is stable and will not loose work.
Aodbe team we need to hear from you on this.
Did you update to the latest version of Premiere? That fixed everything for
Switched to my cloud adobe ID. I did update, all up to date and no solutions.......