I am running Adobe Premiere Pro CS4.
I have 4 16GB cards full of Raw Data that I have been playing around with to get the hang of editing, thats going well but now I'd like to store my RAW video files (the ones I plan to keep for later) on my storage drive and back up drives. I want to rename all my video files from the standard 00001.MTS that my camera stores them as. The only thumbnail I have to go by in Adobe Bridge is the grey EN symbol. The only way it seems I can see a preview of the file to figure out what 00004.MTS contain to rename it is to open it in Premiere, however when I rename it in the project pannel it is just a program specific rename and does not actually rename it on my hard drive.
What is the best method for seeing what is on a file and renaming it. I thought Bridge would be useful for this, but I can't seem to get a video preview or a thumb nail to go off of.
Running Windows XP
Shooting with a Cannon HFS100 in AVCHD
That would be an excellent feature request. Right now, what you describe is true to the best of my knowledge. Sorry I don't have a better answer for you.