Windows 7 64
192gb ram, Quadro 6000
After Effects CC (12.2) (everything says up to date)
After Effects CS6 (11.0.4) (everything says up to date)
Video Format - .mxf 50mbps 4,2,2 shot from a Canon 305XF
Try the latest version of AE - version 126.96.36.199
Sorry I miss copied my after effects versions -
this is what my system is saying
After Effects CC (188.8.131.52) (everything says up to date)
After Effects CS6 (184.108.40.206) (everything says up to date)
The only solution I have come up with is that if I open the original Premiere Pro CS6 project with Premiere Pro CC2014 then re-import that project into The After effects CC2014 and alt-drag replace all the edits. While this solution works it is a total pain. It just doesn't make any sense why opening a CS6 .aep in AE CC2014 would slide all the edits over.
I don't think we're looking at the edits moving as much as I think we're looking at the footage interpretation being weird.
This sounds like an odd and specific bug. Adobe - Feature Request/Bug Report Form
What do you mean you have to alt-drag to replace things? What if you choose to SAVE AS from Premiere CC 2014 and then import that Premiere Pro project into AE (using the Import Premiere Pro Project menu option)?
Yeah it is looking like a footage interpretation to me as well but wish there was some kind of auto fix.
The broken process is opening the CS6 .aep with CC2014 .aep.
What will work is opening the original footage edits that I made in Premiere Pro CS6 in Premiere Pro CC2014. Then I save the Premiere Pro CC2014 and import into the .aep CC2014 that was had all the edits that went funky. Since the composition were still the same I was able to replace the old broken edit compositions with the new CC2014 saved versions and now all the footage is correctly imported.
The main problem with this process is how many projects I would have to do this to would make it a total pain. As well I am very worried about such a manual process mistakes being made.