Welcome to the forum.
It seems that this, or very similar, has been happening a lot lately. There are several threads in the forum, with some comments from Adobe (Todd, IIRC). One or more is still active. You might want to Search this forum. Not sure if this has been declared an official Bug yet.
Hello, if this is H.264 footage from an HDSLR, I've been hearing that this is all best down in After Effects first.....
Just thought id report back... yep definitely the same issue as others were facing. Opening the images in photoshop, saving them again (so that they have the
proper header information) and then importing into premiere worked perfectly.
Thanks everyone for being such a help. Now if I only knew the best way to open and save 2200 images without damaging them too much
Adobe, please fix this bug
>Adobe, please fix this bug
Bug Report and Feature Request https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/index.cfm?name=wishform
As far as doing multiple files... Google for the FREE Irfanview... it has a batch mode
Ah, the sequence of stills is off. I had considered that Bug, but not sure if that was what you were getting. Should have just added a link to one of those threads, in case. Sorry that I was so slow on the uptake.
I agree with John T. on filing the Bug Report. Hope that this has been fixed in CS 5.5, but needs to be fixed in CS 5 too.
Good luck, and thanks for your patience with me.
Go into adobe bridge, select all of the images.Then go to the top and select tools, then batch rename. Now set all of the data for the file name. There is a well done video I found that demonstrates this. http://library.creativecow.net/articles/harrington_richard/DSLR-Time-Lapse-3/video-tutoria l
Hope this is helpful.