I get the same problem as well, also with a BM card and Sony EX footage.
I also get this problem occasionally. Running Premiere 6.0.3, Windows 7, and a BM Intensity card. Maybe its linked to the BM card as all three of use one one? Anyone NOT using a BM card getting this problem?
I don't know what is going on insde my computers when I playback EX3 material, but this must be solvable within Premiere.
Even when it's related with our use of the BMD videocards, hopefully Adobe will find a solutions in update 6.0.4.
Is there anywhere on the internet a list with update planning of Premiere Pro?
Adobe doesn't typically make public it's plans for future software/updates until they're ready (or just before).
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I've been in discussions with Adobe on my problem with this and their replies ( from engineers ) has been that there is a problem with the Blackmagic Intensity Pro driver 9.7 and Premiere CS6. A 9.7.1 version should fix it due March 8ish.
Having said that, I was experiencing playback freezes on the earlier 9.6 series driver so I'm not holding my breath.
Everything else works superbly though and I'm very happy with the CS6 package.