hmmm i might be wrong but go to your composition setting and make sure the length of the comp is set to 45 minutes because usually it is set to something else.
if that doesnt work then try splitting your movie into different segments like take the first half and split into 4 different major parts and same with the other one that way u have 8 major scenes and they will be smaller sizes and faster workflow so its a win-win
try both those things
and how can your pc handle like 500gb's of a clip? man you must have some crazy specs!
Hi, The composition is set to be more than 2 mins and i have tried splitting the files into 15 min chunks, still the same issue, AE says the file is only 2 mins long.
Ok well i can import like 10 minute vids simply but my pc is a peice of junk o it starts lagging but another u can try is to no make a comp at all and simply drag the clip onto your timeline therfore making a comp with the clips settings.
thats really all i can suggest since im not an expert on AAE but good luck to you man
Actually AE is probably being over-precise and in addition, your capture method does not seem to generate a proper embedded time-code, or at least one that AE doesn't like. Other tools may simply ignore any embedded info and do the math themselves or be able to read the specific TC format. Have you checked the stuff in Premiere whether there are TC breaks or something? Also, how do you store the files? Maybe they also get truncated due to incorrect file properties, file system limitations, networking limitations or something like that. Hard to tell, but apparently it would be difficult to share your files for investigation, so I recommend you create a bug/ feature request with clear words (just say you want this be forwarded to the AE team asap) and some Aobe person should get in touch.
I'm experiencing the exact same problem. Did you ever resolve this?