I am starting to notice in consistency in Premiere's ability to recognize and import Quicktimes exported wtih an Avid DnxHD codec. On several occasions I have opened a project using just a handful of Avid exported Quicktime clips for a secondary workstation and Premiere fails to link the clips. When I manually relink the media, which has not been renamed or changed locations since hte issue began, I receive a generica 'failed to import' error. After restarting the computer and opening the project again, the Avid Quicktime files may or may not be offline again. I've tried manually re-importing them on occasion, and also receive the generic import error. I can't seem to pinpoint why the clips can be read some times, but not all. Any thoughts? System specs below, and yes I do have the current Avid codecs for PC installed.
Adobe Premiere Pro Version 6.0.3
Total Code for Adobe Premiere Pro Version 6.0.4
Windows 7 Ultimate Service Pack 1 (64-bit)
CPU Intel(R) Xeon (R) CPU X5647 @ 2.93 GHz (2 processors)
Memory: 24 GB Installed RAM
nVidia Quadro 4000
Thanks for any input!
I have never experienced this problem on a similar system,
and I use DNxHD in a lot of my projects
Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling your DNxHD codecs?
Avid Codecs 2.3.7 - DNxHD (pc or mac)
Yes I had tried uninstalling/reinstalling, but just realized thanks to you that I was using an old version of the codecs, v.2.3.2. Thanks for providing the download link. I'm going to try that.
Let us know how it goes.