I forgot to say, the Windows Media Player and also Adobe Bridge decode these videos perfectly...
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 4.0.0
on a 64bit Windows 7
Update to 4.2.1. Your issue should be solved.
Ok, I did the update to 4.2.1
The problem remains the same... Any other ideas?
Try with a format that is designed to be edited, like you get with a DV camera that you shot yourself. Trying with formats that are intended for delivery can lead to the problems you experience.
The small digital camera I used, creates MJPEG files. And with Premiere Pro 2.0 I never had problems importing these.
Try with MainConcept or Morgan MJPEG codecs. That may do the trick.
I tried the ffdshow codec bundle. Still doesnt work.
The strange thing is, that Adobe Bridge, Adobe Encore and the Media Player decode the videos perfectly.
And Premiere is obviously also able to decode it, however only the first few frames...
Ok, it finally works.
I now installed Morgan MJPEG...
MP4 still has the same problem. However I don't need that at the moment.