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What camera, how long is the clip, what is your preset, is the clip HD, HDV, 1280x720 or some other format?
Also, did you try capturing just a few seconds?
Have you tried capturing with a 3rd party tool then editing in premiere?
Thanks for your response:
My deck I capture from is the JVC BR-HD 50
I have tried capturing in all HD formats (Time captured- seconds to minutes)
I have the same setup on a lesser machine that reads all mpeg files with no problem. That is what is so strange. I have been editing in HD for a long time... (on my other machine)
Oh sorry- forgot about the last question. Yes I have used AVID and it captures and reads files fine. I just don't like AVID.
>I have tried capturing in all HD formats
Most times you don't have such a choice. HD formats are all pretty much digital, and they get captured in the same format they're recorded in. I think that's what Andy was asking. What format is the HD media recorded in?
Using a JVC deck, my guess would be HDV.
I have the same problem as you, Craig. Premiere just keep indexing the same files over and over again. The same thing happens if I import older mpegs that were captured from the same camera in the same software. The same mpegs also show some strange distortion when played in MediaPlayer or DivX-player, but work great in VLC and on another computer.
This problem first occurred after I formatet the computer and reinstalled Premiere. Before that it worked fine (that's the annoying part, I don't know what I didn't reinstall). Could the problem be some missing codec???
I'm using a Sony HDR-HC5e miniDV and Premiere Pro 2 on a 2GHz 1GB RAM WinXP computer.
I'm capturing HDV 1280x720 and I've tried to capture both long and short clips.
This is confusing. I though all Sony cameras recorded HDV only in 1080 format. Given that, it seems like using a 720 preset would be incorrect.
I paid for Expert Adobe Support and it was resolved in 10 seconds. It is rare but what happens is that sometimes a corrupt folder gets put in the registry. The resolution was to go into registry edit/software/adobe/common then delete the folder called "Media Cache". that was it.
Thanks to all of you that gave your input
Sorry for causing confusion. HDV 1080 capture is correct. Nothing else.
I will try the media cache solution...
Beautiful! Deleting the "Media Cache"-folder work for me aswell.
Thanks a lot!
Great- split the Adobe Support fee with me! Just kidding- glad I could help.