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>Copied the file to a folder, and then imported that file
You need to copy the entire folder from SD card to your hard drive
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Well, the re-encoding route didn't work!
However, I did try recopying the original video file again, from the SD card to my hard drive, and noticed that when I placed the video file into the bin, the conforming status bar loaded, whereas this was not the case in my intial attempt.
It's possible there was just a copying error in my original attempt to copy the mp4 to my hard drive. But it's also likely the problem was, as you said, regarding the metadata contained in the folder on the SD card.
All good to know! But in the future, I'll definitely just follow those instructions, and just copy the entire folder to my hard drive.
Truncated, or mess-up Audio CAN result from an issue in the Conforming process, which is necessary for PrPro to be able to accurately edit that Audio. When I Import, I just grab a cup of coffee, and allow the computer to complete the Conforming operation, before I touch anything in my Project.