As I understand it, FCP installation includes an HDV QuickTime component that is not available for Premiere Pro. You can try a third party plug-in to pull off what you want to do. Try the trial and see if it works for you: http://www.calibratedsoftware.com/QXD.asp
HDV video that originated in FCP 7.
That may well be an issue. Try recapturing in PP.
I too have just discovered this exact same problem. Have been working with XDCAM EX footage mostly for a project and have just been sent thru some HDV tapes which I digitzed via FCP 7. Sent the footage to Prem Pro CC and have drop out and pixelation on probably about 40% of the clips.
Does anyone have a good/quick work around? Worth noting that I no longer have the original tapes so can't re-digitize in Premiere. I too never had this problem in CS6.
Can you transcode the HDV clips into another format using AME? That might be the quickest fix.
I would assume the clips work fine in FCP7, so you're not totally busted. Maybe try using Compressor or AME, like the other guy said, to export them in another format; I'd recommend Apple ProRes 422. Fallback is to work in FCP7, as the tapes are gone.
When I 1st posted this problem, I left for vacation. I saw briefly that someone suggested a plugin in another reply, but I haven't had a chance to pursue that yet. I'm in northern Michigan (USA) with limited access to email. I'll do some follow up this Monday when I return. Good luck!!
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Can transcode in AME and that seems to solve the problem, however I have 8 hours of footage to sift thru. Might try the suggested plugin or will do a 'selects' timeline in FCP and export a ProRes out into CC in the meantime.