I have a project with many R3D files(Red One and MX). And it takes a long time to conform the media when I open the project.
I have noticed that conforming will stop for a while then randomly start up again like 15 min later.
I am having audio issues for certain files throughout the project some just have no audio. The box is there but no audio.
I think this is a .cfa issue, seeing as I have deleted specific .cfa files and sometimes Premiere reconforms that clip and the audio works.
My question is there a command to re-conform a specific clip inside Premiere CS5?
So I dont have to search in the library>app support>adobe>common...delete .cfa file etc?
Thanks hope someone has an answer.
Premiere Pro should not be conforming anything upon opening a project. Conforming is done only upon import.
The only method I'm aware of for recomforming a clip it to delete it's associated .cfa file.
Thanks for the response.
I am aware that it is not supposed to conform footage that has already been conformed, but it is still doing it every time.
I am thinking this must be a problem with how PPro handles R3D files, or R3D riles from the MX sensor.
Mmm. I do recall there was some type of issue with R3D files that contain audio, but I don't know if this was it or not.