2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 17, 2013 10:53 AM by stockton55

    Adobe premier corrupted quicktime files just by previewing in media browser


      I had a series of Prores 444 quicktime files that I attempted to open in Premier. I noticed that the ones that were previewed in the media browser, changed data on my hard drive (premier was injecting some sort of meta data). Now the files can't be opend in Quicktime, VLC, or premeir ..... I'm sorry but this is total BS, a non desructive editing progam should not render my files unviewable simply by trying to preview them in a browser. How can I remove that meta data and get them back to the way they were???