I'm on a PC.
For some strange reason I can no longer use Video Copilots "Action Essential" clips in Premiere. They are all quicktime files and they don't play in Premiere.
When I play the quicktime files with Windows Media Player there is a "MediaLooks" watermark in the top left. This does not appear when I play the files back with Quicktime.
I'm only guessing, but could there be a conflict with premiere quicktime importer and whatever "medialooks" is ?
You've installed the MediaLooks Quicktime Direct Show Filter, which is a pay-for-play product. The watermark indicates the demo is active. I tried that filter out a number of years ago and uninstalled it because it caused so many problems on my system.
FWIW, I entered "medialooks" into a Bing search, and the hit I wanted was at the top of the list.
I am lead to believe that there is a bug with a quicktime importer that uses "source settings".
I have contacted support, hopefully they can help me sort it out.