Are you working with a Trial version of PPRO?
No, it's full version.
I had the same problem with a new HD camera just purchased, PP CS5 saw my footage as an AVI and would only play the audio portion of the AVI file. The solution for me was to use the provided software which converted the file into a useable AVCHD m2ts file which PP CS5 then recogised and l was then able to edit.
Hope this helps.
VC-1 and AVCHD actually aren't the same thing. Cameras use AVCHD. Blu-ray disks use VC-1.
I suspect you do not have camera media here, but a Blu-ray rip.
Stick to useing supported camera media, and you should be fine.
hmm, it might be a rip. I believe the file was taken directly from the "STREAM" folder associated with bluray discs.
Does this simply mean it's not supported?
@ simon, by provided software do you mean the camera software? If so, the I don't have access to those. It's not my footage.