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Groundbreaking idea there......... I got an idea lets name it use "intermediate codecs".
Maybe we can start a company and name it Skineform, MoRez 422 or MYxHD.
Just trying to help bro
Had this problem for a week and didnt think of it until now and I saw others on here with the same problem but no reply ever solving it
Do you have a more politically correct solution?
>Simply find a video converter and convert the file to a format that will work in Premiere.
That's not a 'ghetto version'. It really is the best practice with non-standard video formats. Has been for a long time.
I guess but the thing is its not just not accepting the files its taking them in and it dosnt do anything with them so its not just a "file association is not recognized" error
The codec inside is what counts, not the file extension or associations. When you have any video clip that doesn't use a pro-level camera codec, you're best bet is often to convert it before ingest into Premiere.