Probably not much help but, the only thing I can think of is to recapture using Premiere Pro.
The trouble is that Avid creates OPAtom style MXF files (ie the video & audio essences are stored in separate MXF files, as opposed to OP1a (such as typical Sony XDCAMHD files)). So if you import each file, you could get the constituent pieces (ie each audio/video essence as a separate clip), but then you'd be stuck trying to group the clips together manually.
You *might* be able to get the files to import correctly if you export an AAF from Avid & bring that in - with any luck, the individual media files should be correctly referenced in the clip objects. Give that a try...
Thank you very much Will!
I will give it a try tomorow morning (Lebanon beyrouth time) will keep you informed.
But if i'm not wrong: As the digitize was done on an external and as im exporting AAF from Avid: do i have to take the external to Adobe premiere pro system??
Thank you very much for your advices it worked perfectly but have to be careful about the settings when exporting AAF by default its export without the original rushes so have to change some settings.
Anyway can you inform me please if in the future, when i export for example, will i be facing some issues or its working perfectly?? because i have to edit to big project.
Thank you very Much.