I don't have any quicktime export options from the Premiere export window. However, in AME and After Effects, I can import and export ProRes footage just fine.
I dont understand.
AME is the Export Module for Premiere and you have your requirement covered there.
SHow a frame grab of "Premiere export window"
Sorry if I didn't explain myself: here is a screengrab from the export>media option within Premiere (note the lack of quicktime as an export option:
And here's two screengrabs from AME (note that quicktime is now an option):
And unfortunatly, this isn't the real problem: the real problem is that I can't even import ProRes Quicktime footage into premiere, it gives me the follow error:
This is a big deal because for the last several years I've been archiving all my projects as ProRes masters. Now, with these recent problems, I can't access any of them without converting them all to some other format (which shouldn't be necessary as Premiere should be able to handle ProRes, seeing as I have the codecs installed on my system). I hope this explains my conundrum a little further.
It does ..and its weird...and its for someone that has a Mac to provide a thought.
I am sure it will solveable though.
Is Quicktime Pro (and Compressor) working properly in your system?
Yes, they are. I'm even able to export prores files using AME and even After Effects. But they in turn can't be imported in Premiere. If anybody can help, I would really appreciate it. I'm starting to panic.
Wondering if a Reinstall or "Repair" of Premiere maybe required.
Take advice from others on how to do this (deactivate etc) but its simple enough.
That's what I've resigned myself to. Can anybody provide a good thread on either repairing or cleanly uninstalling Premiere CC. I know there's one for CS6 but I don't know if the same procedures are appropriate for CC.
So I had to delete Premiere CC (manually, because, for some reason Adobe Application Manager crashes every time I open it) and then run the cleaning tool; then after a re-install it seems like it's all back to normal! Huzzah! Thanks for the help.