I tried that one.....what happens is that the AE file that is dynamically linked just appears as media offline. I can re-import it, or use "link to media" in the right-click drop-down, but even if I save the project, same issue. Any ideas? Thanks....
I tried this solution(from the Wiki):
I'm a developer on the Premiere team, and we are aware of this issue. Most of you have already figured out that changing the offending clip somehow and undoing your change gets around the "media offline" problem. Unfortunately there is no way I know of to get the rendered preview files back.
A quick way to "reset" your timelines so as to work around the media offline bug is to turn off track visibility on the first track for all sequences that show the problem, then turn visibility back on (or undo). You will have to do this every time the project is loaded.
- This problem will apparently be addressed in the Premiere Pro 3.1.2 update.
My dynamic linked AE Title files still appear as un-linked(Media Offline)upon restart - no matter if I re-imprt them or link them again via the right-click menu.
I think it's time for you to call Adobe. It looks like you're experiencing something that hasn't been posted before.