Exported 5 channel mono proxies from REDCINE to h.264.
For some weird reason Premiere CC 2014/2015 is importing the file with the audio totally messed up in both timing and channels.
From the desktop (VLC, QuickTime and preview) I can play the clip fine.
I imported it into After Effects to get a different view and its fine.
Same with FCPX and I can see each channel as well as timing is correct.
So no matter how I import this file its totally useless in Premiere.
I even made sure I had a sequence with 1 video and 5 mono tracks.
The strage part is that the same project was edited on an iMac and the editor claims the files are fine on his system.
My next move is to try another computer.
on Dec 16, 2015 at 4:28:04 am Last Edited By Eric Santiago on Dec 16, 2015 at 2:46:19 pm
Seems to be an issue on my Mac Pro with 10.10.2 (trash can).
The suspect QT file came up empty at first try on a MP 2012 with Mavericks but then after opening it up a new Premiere proj and importing the clip, the original Premiere doc worked fine after a second attempt.
This is so weird.
I would like to add that for a few months we've had these issues with audio in Premiere (using the above method) thinking it was the video clip at fault.
It seems all the previous issues went away as soon as I opened up that project in an old Mac Pro running Mavericks.
Why did I let the editor convince to accept a full feature on this buggy software :P