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Well I guess I am not the only one having a problem with the "....RemoteImporterModule.cpp-251". I got a stock Adobe answer:
1. Try a new user login.
2. Reinstall Quicktime
3. Upgrade audio and video drivers.
None of which worked. Here is what I found (without solving the problem). Reinstalling Premiere did not help. For me it appears to be just standard definition timeline rendering related. The same SD file that causes a problem on one computer does not on another. The same file will render in CS3 but not in CS4.
Sherif, are you sure that converted your MPEG to a type 2 AVI file?
I get the same error message. When I try to load a project that was created in CS3 or raw footage that was captured in CS3, I get the same error message - "Premiere Pro has encountered an error. [..\..\Src\RemoteImporterModule.cpp-251]" .
My footage is HD and it was working fine in CS3. As usual Adobe support provided lame solutions. I guess once they have your money they do not care anymore. I am switching back to CS3.
Can you try this and let us know if it works?
From David Newman at Cineform December 3rd, 2008, 04:43 PM
You need to remove the im-CFHD_File_Import.prm file from
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro CS4\Plug-ins\en_US\CineForm Then CS4 works.
David Newman and others. Deleting the file from the Media Core folder got rid of my problem when on the computer when trying to open a SD project in CS4