The best workflow might be to convert the 3gp footage first, or to rip the Audio from the muxed file, then Save that as a PCM/WAV @ 48KHz 16-bit, for Import into PrPro.
To fix the OOS, this ARTICLE might offer some tips.
PrPro can have issues with some forms of muxed files, though it can Import those types.
Bill, Thanks, I converted it to a movie file through the QT player and it seemed to fix my problem. Everything I tried to use with the name adobe failed, it still would be out of sync. Which is a bummer because I have about 50 files to convert, how nice it would have been to use the Media Encoder! Hopefully Adobe solves this soon.
Todd, thanks also, I am up to date and I also cleaned the cache, moved the file into a new project from a different location and still had the same issue.
You might want to explore some conversion programs, that will allow you to do batch processing. Personally, I use an older shareware program, DigitalMedia Converter 2.7 (Deskshare), but am on a PC, have not tried their newer versions, including their "Pro" version. There must be similar conversion programs available for your platform, that WILL allow you to load them up, make the necessary settings, and then batch the whole bunch. Doing it one at a time, for 50, would get my attention.
Good luck, and if you find a conversion program, that does what you need, with your source files, and then can do it in batch, please let us all know.
You got it.