Relink the clips manually.
AME should remember where it exported to last time. Change it for next export.
I get that I need to do it manually, but how? I cannot find the answer. So far the ways I am trying just don't work. It would help to have specific instructions or a tutorial. Sorry, but I spent hours on this today and haven't found the answer. Yes, I know it is ridiculously easy to everyone else, but I don't know until I am taught.
Click on Offline Clip> Right Click> Link Media.....locate media> Select.
Export a Clip>AME> Select where to name and file it. (Its the Underlined name that will be the same as your sequence)
Its not actually an intuitive thing ( An Adobe fail IMHO)
Well, it seems I made a big mistake when reinstalling windows and CS5. I had neglected to install the Lagristh Codec, so CS5 didn't get what my AVI's were. Until I figured that out, I was stuck on this. Unreal. My bad!
Thanks to all who helped me out here.
With system rebuilds, or when migrating to a new system, installed CODEC's are often forgotten. Project A worked, and then after the change, one gets the "Media Not Supported... " error message.
Glad that you found the issue. I will be doing, a couple of new machines, and hope that I have made adequate notes on which CODEC's I need to install on them.
That said, I have one caveat: often, a user is temped to just download and install an "all-inclusive" CODEC "pack," rather than step through the list, one at a time. I urge anyone to NOT do that. Install what you need, when you need it, and if there are commercial versions vs free versions, spend the few $'s to go "to the source."