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Is there any possibility that the files were imported and a Save/Close was performed before all of the audio conforming had been completed?
not really sure man. Im sure adobe arent sure either. (however they could probably find a patch for it now that the solution has been found being an issue to do with Media Cache Files) could also blame 'auto save when it activates its auto save every 5 or 10 minutes depending what u set it at. this could be causing the glitch while importing who knows.. Perhaps Ill try switching off auto save before I import from now on to test it out.. But none the less, this method worked for all my disobedient, unconforming files so I thought Id share it with u guys cos its a pretty sh!tty annoying bug
OK, another question - Edit > Preferences > Media has a button to Clean the Media Cache Database.
Have you tried that?
i searched all forums, i tried everything. this was the only thing that worked
Another serious BS. Please help me.
In Premiere Element 7 which I just bought I go crazy.
I made some important videos which are in MPEG-4 plays & hears fine
in Quick Time Player when raw from the Camera.
But when I import it into Premiere Element with certain files,
the audio track is dead at the end about 12 second.
Its like 1 out of 4 files.
I tried all kind things but nothing worked yet.
Try in the Elements forum. Chances of getting an APL question answered here are minimal but in the SIGAPL forum much greater. Same applies here.
I tried and it works: thanks.
Have you tried with the 4.0.1 patch?
Does it work anyway?
I've found lot of bug in this release also.
Any tip to fix the same problem in AfterEffects and Encore?
Have a wonderful 2009
Now I understand why the project opening time is shorter in CS4 than in other previous releases.
Probably some settings are not initialized or not well initialized as happened before.
I've read plenty of places that they know about the bug and are going to fix it. Will from Adobe said so in a few older posts. It's also listed as an issue in the 4.0.1 readme.
I agree that this is the most screwed up Adobe release ever but I doubt they're deleting your posts to hide it. Never know though.....
"Adobe has once again let down the non professional user but ignoring this bug" I actually wish Adobe would forget the consumers and make Premiere Pro more friendly to professionals. Dozens of multimillion dollar movies have been edited with Avid and Final Cut over the past few years. Adobe doesn't put forth any effort make Premiere a pro application. Because they pander to the consumers and prosumers they end up messing up the product for everybody.
Premiere Elements is for consumers, Premiere Pro should be for the 'Pros'
Hoping, but initial test is not good, that this is fixed in for 4.1. I have fired up my project that had lots of problems since 4.0.1. But so far it is again taking a long time, (hanging?) trying to conform one of the HD mpeg (from a JVC gr1).