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CS6 AAF import from MC5.0 sometimes crashes Premiere CS6.0.1

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Andy SimsCS6 AAF import from MC5.0 sometimes crashes Premiere CS6.0.1
by on Aug 1, 2012 at 9:38:07 pm

Having trouble with some MC5.0 AAF exports loading into Premiere CS6 fine and other projects crashing Premiere. Same problem with Premiere CS5.5. I guess this could be MXF codec related. Does anyone else have experience of this?

I can see that Adobe just released an improved plugin for 6.0.1 but only for the MAC so can't try on my PC system.

I can't post on the Adobe forums as there seems to be a problem with the registration process constantly asking for a "Set Screen Name" and I can't get pas that point. Chicken and egg as I can't post in the Adobe forum about the problem without being able to set a screen name :)

Cheers
Andy


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Dennis RadekeRe: CS6 AAF import from MC5.0 sometimes crashes Premiere CS6.0.1
by on Aug 2, 2012 at 12:39:31 am

The AMA feature has broken some of our AAF functionality for a while. We recently posted an improved AAF importer. Hopefully, this might help you.

http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/aafimport/


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Andy SimsRe: CS6 AAF import from MC5.0 sometimes crashes Premiere CS6.0.1
by on Aug 2, 2012 at 1:01:46 am

Hi Dennis

Thanks for your reply. As I mentioned in my post I saw the MAC importer but as I am on W7 I am after a windows version. Any idea if and when that might be available?

Cheers
Andy


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Dennis RadekeRe: CS6 AAF import from MC5.0 sometimes crashes Premiere CS6.0.1
by on Aug 3, 2012 at 12:07:55 pm

Apologies. Hopefully, we'll have the same for the PC soon.


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