Just FYI: We're currently working on a fix for a problem with movies from a Nikon D7000 not playing well in Premiere Pro CS5.5. I can't say when such a fix will be available, but I wanted to let you know that we're aware of the problem and are working on it.
I too have had this issue. You only need to change the extension from .mov to .mpg and then use the .mpg files natively with all cpus, in all Adobe applications. The problem is with "Adobe QT 32 Server" only using one CPU, and the network buffer not moving data fast enough.
Quicktime has no problem reading the changed ".mpg" files natively as well, so there is no reason to keep a copy of the "mov" files.
Systems tested on:
MBP i7 quad 2.3 8GB ram SSD.
MP Octo 2.66 24GB ram Raid.
MP Duodecimus (12) core 2.93 96GB ram Raid.
Hello Adam, that is not nesasarily the complete solution. As I had mentioned in my initial post, I never even used the .mpg files! After copying and renameing .MOV files to .mpg, my originally untouched .MOV files worked perfectly. Something very strange going on there. In any case, at least we are aware of a work around until Adobe releases a patch. Cheers!
I am having this same problem still in the middle of August. Spent the last week and a solid three days on this before I found this thread. Is there any solution in sight other than renaming all of our media? First mention of this by Adobe was in the middle of May. Would hate to have to wait for 6.0 for a solution. Is a patch coming?
Thanks for any official information. Or any information.
As was said in my post above, we're working on a fix that we hope to have out as soon as possible.
I see 2 post in this thread from Todd that say they are working on a fix and it should be out soon. One is from July, the other from August. It is now Sept 7th and I still see no patches or fixes for any bugs. I spent 400 dollars on an upgrade, but is this upgrade going to be supported?
This is making me rethink upgrading to the .5's in the future.
It is a minor bug to most, but in that sense it should be an easy quick fix. Am I wrong? Is this really a complicated issue?
I apologize if this comes off like a rant, but thats kinda what it is. It is not hard to batch rename files, but its a pain to have to relink all those files in PP.
3 or 4 months is "soon" by Adobe standards.
what about .mov files from a Nikon d5200? Is there a solution? Movement ist not fluid, and there is pixelisation. Files I convert to prores in media encoder lokk fine though.