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I've just tried a quick experiment, one I've been too dumb to think of
before, and that's to import footage into an After Effects project - I know
this works on the work system, but at home it just says "media pending"....
so is this a codec issue?
OK - this isn't a codec issue.... I have an old copy of Premiere Elements 2
and I've just installed it. I can import the audio and video and they both
conform and index fine, and quickly too. They cut, render out as AVIs...
I go back to Premiere Pro CS4 and everything is still pending. How can this
be if it is a codec issue? Surely the codec is there if Premiere Elements 2
can do it?
So why does it all work at work with Premier Pro CS4 but not at home?
I got the same problem on my PC with CS3.
After searching the Web and finding no answer, I tried one easy thing:
Navigate to the Mediacache-Folder (Check the Preferences... should be something like C:\Documents...Adobe\Common\Media Cache)
Just delete the Folders in the Media Cache Folder.
AE will rebuild the Cache again when you reload your project.
This might take a while cause AE scanns your clips used...
well... That worked for me. Hope it works for you!
Just out of curiosity, what type of hardware do you use? Is it a PC or a Mac? This problem is 100% reproducible, at least for me, with Windows XP SP3 on an Intel DP35DP system and Q9450 Quad Core processor.