I have the same problem running Adobe CC on high-end PCs. - My business is smalish, but this leads to having a rather big impact on my confidence.
MXF-files from Canon C300 and Sony FS7 platforms.
- With FS7 footage I've had the frames appear throughout a clip with perfect distance (16 frames apart) - when applying Denoiser 2 from Red Giant. - The plugin simply stopped the frames from appearing on a random basis.
- I've also experienced that when the error was present, dissolves became cuts.
- I've tried to isolate software/hardware rendering, but it does not seem to change anything to select one over the other.
I try work around it by rendering uncompressed sections of the timeline and replace it where it works, and then try again and again. - Very time-consuming and cumbersome.
Red frames on export as well as AME encoding errors/failures on export.
Tried exporting sequence made up of PMW-700 XDCam camera files as MPEG-2 DVD files (.m2v, ac3) via Queue/AME, but generates MXF read errors and/or failures.
Tried exporting sequence made up of PMW-700 XDCam camera files as ProRes 422 files (.mov) via Export, but creates red frames and errors include truncating 20 minute file to 2 minutes or 64 minute file to 15 minutes.
(Exports seem to stall at certain frames)
Using PProCC2014.2 8.2.0 (65)
MacPro late 2013 8-core, 64 GB, AMD D700
Mac OS X 10.9.5
No red frames on export or AME encoding failures on export of same files used above.
Using PProCC 7.2.2 (33)
MacPro late 2013 8-core, 64 GB, AMD D700 (same machine as above)
Mac OS X 10.9.5
(Exports running about 25% faster than PProCC2014 above --- and actually outputting the entire sequence!)
Same issue. "Decoding XMF Error" files from XF300 in PP CC 2015. Red frames. Clear cache and it helps for a sec.
Mac Pro 3GHz 8-core
10.10.4 64gb ram
AMD FirePro D500