Bug Report and Feature Request https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/index.cfm?name=wishform
Also... as far as I know from other discussions... Premiere is not designed to work with network files, so you will need to manually copy the files from the network server to a local hard drive for editing, then copy back to the server
Maybe server was the wrong description. This is not an Ethernet server, it is a high speed sanserver using fiber optics capable of running 6 edit suites at once. The Premiere Media Browser can see the numerous volumes on the computer Ethernet system but not the Avid Unity Server.
Maybe you need some software installed in order to see it in premiere? Ulf
Thanks, I can see imported video and edit the project from the Avid Unity system. I just can't see the Avid Unity volumes in the Media Browser.
I might also add that when going from one app, internet browser, to Premiere, it takes a minute of spinning circle before Premiere returns functioning.
>when going from one app, internet browser, to Premiere, it takes a minute of spinning circle before Premiere returns functioning
No link saved, but I remember reading discussion of that in the past... when Alt-Tab (Windows) away from Premiere so it loses "focus" and then come back, Premiere must do some "housekeeping" when it has the OS focus again... depending on the size of your project, that housekeeping will take a bit of time
Are you on CS 5, or CS 5.5? Maybe I just missed that in the thread.
I've never tried this, but is it possible to map the Avid Unity Server
as a local drive at the OS level in Win7?
Maybe then Pr will see it as a local resource in the Media Browser.