I'm not quite a complete neophyte but close so my apologies if I've missed something obvious.
I've just upgraded to CS5 (5.03) and am encountering a puzzling situation. I'm have a set of Cineform AVIs (codec version 220.127.116.110) converted from 2 different camera's (one creates .mts files and the other .tod) and while the final avi's from one camera (.mts source file) seem to be working fine, files from the other will only report just over 2 minutes in lentgh. Actual time is better than 16 minutes.
Not working within a sequence yet, just looking at the file in the Project window, Source monitor and properties.
AVI's in question play fine in Premiere CS4, VLC, Media Player, etc. Everything looks to be alright in GSpot (correct length reported, plays fine). Interestingly GSpot reports 24,346 frames and CS5 reports 12173 keyframes, 12173 delta frames ... same I think?
To sum up ...
Any ideas or other information I could provide to help solve this?
Found it ... The Video In Point had values, even on a freshly converted file (?). Clearing this field fixed the issue.
Nevermind ... not that simple apparently. I managed to get one of the avi's in the CS5 project created automatically when opening the original CS4 project to show the entire contents but can't replicate the behavior to another project using the same avi. Here are the media start, end, duration and video in, out duration values for the file. Viewing the avi in the source monitor I can see the full 16+ minutes. Odd disconnect between the 2 sets of values.
Any idea would be great!