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Have you tried the
1) Select all clips in the timeline Ctrl + A
2) Shift all clips along the timeline a few seconds (doesn't matter how long).
3) Undo Ctrl + Z
Works for me - I get the problem everytime I open a HDV project.
if the media is offline, just relink it. To be sure, take the media on the project window, right click it > make offline, then right click it > link media, find the right one, and it should be fixed. Try it on one footage to see if it works.
It's a simple fix, really. A-V-I-D
banders if you dislike adobe so much why do you waste your time here?
if any of us ran into your in the real world we would never give you a job because of your knowledge, you are rude, childish, and in MHO a pin head, go to the A-V-I-D site and be rude to them
> It's a simple fix, really. A-V-I-D
There is nothing 'simple' about having to fork out more money on software that comes with its own set of bugs! Factor into that the learning curve and you certainly will need an alternate adjective to the word 'simple'
Now here is another way to get all your clips re-linked; just select any off line clip in the bin, right click on 'interpret footage' and then close the box - it may work for you.