Don't import your exports. Exports go into Encore, or to the web, or played back from hard drive, or whatever your final destination is. They don't go back into Premiere Pro.
But if i import mpeg file made with premiere cs4 or cs3 i've not tha same problem and when i used premiere cs4 or cs3 i didn't have this problem!!!!
i don't understand..... cs5 could be better than cs3
Well, you can play Russian Roulette and win 5 out of 6 times. Doesn't make Russian Roulette a good game to play, though.
sorry i beg your pardon but i don't think it's a funny answer
i use premiere for my job from the first version, i spend my money in a software that i like (production premium)
sometimes i need to use mpeg file for a project because i haven't different format like avi etc
i do this many times with cs, cs3, cs4 without problem and now with cs5 i can't do to this anymore?
Maybe it's like a russian rullet knowing if the last version is really better than older one
I hope you can say me a tecnical answer
maybe it might have something that CS5 is now 64bit.
maybe there is something that is not acting like it should.
i haven't used anything Matrix so it might be on that side too.
i say again that from cs2 (with xp ) to cs4 (with win 64bit) i often use mpeg2 file
so i expect to do the same with cs5
have you tried using only PP5 with no matrix ? just bypass it for now for a test. Dont even capture with it.
I dont have anything matrix but have read allot of problems with third party hardware.
dont know if the problem is on the PP5 side or the matrix side.
for awhile matrix didnt have the 64 bit drivers to use but maybe all the bugs are not worked out with them.
I wish adobe would work harder with third party vendors to get products that work right with PP5.
maybe someone else with matrix can help.
Matrox used to be upper field when capturing from DV-tape. You can check with Gspot or MediaInfo
If that stills applies, everything from avi to mpeg should be in upper field.