Premiere Beta "Locate Media" function can't find RED files... ????

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Jan 03, 2021 Jan 03, 2021

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The current version of premiere beta for M1 (as of 1/4/2021) CAN'T FIND Red files associated with a premiere project that was previously created on the intel version of premiere... When I attempt to locate the files "For example" (A001_0101Z6.RDM ---> A001_R001_0101G3.RDC ---> A001_R001_0101G3_001.R3D)" they simply don't show up. They show up in finder, but the Adobe "Link Media" finder doesn't recognize them..... Is there a way to resolve this on my end or do I have to wait for an update?

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Adobe Employee , Jan 04, 2021 Jan 04, 2021
@samgraff The current beta of Premiere Pro for the M1 Macs does not yet support RED media. See the list of supported formats in the announcement post: DISCUSS: Premiere Pro on Apple Silicon M1 RED will be supported in a future update, keep an eye on this forum.

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@samgraff The current beta of Premiere Pro for the M1 Macs does not yet support RED media. See the list of supported formats in the announcement post: DISCUSS: Premiere Pro on Apple Silicon M1

 

RED will be supported in a future update, keep an eye on this forum.

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