Please provide more details about the files. Model of the Camera? Is the folder structure intact? What is inside the wrappers?
For now try this:
Rename the parent folder that contains the files and import again. Try importing via Media Browser.
Files are made by a JVC HM600 camera. And the files could always be imported into Premiere Pro CC, until last week.
Empty media cache database and manually empty that folder and try again.
Sorry for replying late. Have you tried renaming the folder?
Here are some more suggestions:
- Sign out from Premiere Pro and sign back in to see if it works.
- Change the location of the file/s (just a test)
- Try to import the same files in Premiere Pro CC (version 7) if you have that installed.
And which version of Premiere Pro are you using exactly? (Along with the DOT versions)
I am having the same problem.
In the same directory:
Can open a 17 Mbps MP4 File
Can open a 24 Mbps MP4 File
Cannot open a 4 Mbps MP4 File <-could import this 6 months ago
Can open newly created 4 Mbps MP4 Files
Cannot open 4 Mbps MP4 files previously opened/edited 6 months ago
I am also getting messages that my project files are damaged.
I could have had a bad termination of Premiere Pro CC.
I will re-install and see if this helps.
I had a similar problem, try and update your current Adobe Premiere with the latest bug fixes.
I have Adobe Premiere CS6 and had to install updates 6.0.1; 6.0.3; and 6.0.4. Then the problem was gone.
Hello I am having the same issue, I filmed my footage with my iPhone 6 plus, so all my files are .MOV all these files can be opened and played by quick time without issue so I don't know whats going on.
I used the app filmic pro to capture my footage and the specs are as followed
Frame rate: 48 FPS
Resolution is 2554x1080 ( I Filmed it with an Anamorphic Lens, Moondog labs lens, if that helps )
Audio: AIFF, 48.0 kHz
I have used this same exact format on Premier before multiple times. This is the first time I have ever gotten this message. hope to hear a response soon.
Rename top folder the footage is in and try again.
tried that already, and still no success.
There seems to be an issue with AIFF audio files captured using Filmic Pro. We're looking into the issue. For now, please use AAC audio when capturing with Filmic Pro.
Juans, I have the same import problem with iPhone 6s Plus and FilmicPro. I captured 130 videos and now can't worl with it in Premiere Pro.
RameezKhan, My videos with Audio Codec ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Format) with Video Codec AVC1. And I also have the same import problem. Media Encoder says that these viles are corrupted, so I can't encode them. What should I do?