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Yes, confirmed. Have the same problem. Vist64. Didn't try it on an 32Bit system with CS4. But my old CS3 never had any problems with this function. So I guess it really is Vista64. Nothing helps (double clicking etc...).
Don't wanna go back from Vista64, since I really like it, performance is superb...knock on wood...I know that people are having problems and complain about it. But 4GB RAM(and very soon 8GB) is just fun to work with 12 hours (raw footage actually in the Project) and 40min actually edited in the timeline of HDV material.
So please don't tell us happy (but very rare) vista64 users to switch back from this "blink blink operating system" ;-)
Using Production Premium CS4 with 4.01 update.
the4.01 update seemed to help just a little bit...but the checkbox is still useless :-(
On Vista 64 with 4.01: works ok after checking and unchecking the checkbox a few times.
same here with vista 64 the checkbox is useless. With Vista 32 it works (still have double click it though...annoying). Another reason I edit in 32 and render in 64. (the other being that the media browser sucks and crashes when ever I try to watch a clip...again...only on Vista 64)
One way to get around the problem of Premiere generally sucky import that worked for me was:
Start After Effects and import your prpro project. Now all you have to do is locate a single file and everything in the folder will be found.
After all your footage is found - Export as a premiere pro project and your good to go with possible hours saved.
Worked for me on a feature a couple of weeks ago.
Premiere Cs4 is one big work-around so far but because I mainly shoot P2 footage the media browser is invaluable.