I posted this in the Premiere Pro forum, but I'd thought I'd try here also. We're switching to Premiere Pro from FCP 7, and we have thousands of clips that we subclipped off of XDCAM Optical Disks using Log and Transfer. They were rewrapped to Quicktime so we could edit in FCP. Now, many of the clips appear corrupted in Premiere Pro. The clip will break apart at the head and about halfway through. Does anyone know what might be going on? Is there an issue with Premiere Pro and the XDCAM codec? These clips are all XDCAM-HD, 1080i, 1440x1080. Thanks.
I don't know how busy this forum is, but I wanted to report what I've discovered. Apparently, there is a bug in Premiere Pro CC where some Quicktime movies converted through XDCAM Transfer will play as if they're corrupted. During the first 15 frames or so and about halfway into the clip, the clip will break up. I made a bug report to Adobe. I had no trouble with CS6- it's only with the new CC version.