When I go to edit a video and I'm working on the project on my desktop I have no issues but when I go to use my laptop and I open the same project I get maybe half the files that are fine and the other half that get the error above. The laptop is brand new running an i8750H, 32gb ram, 1070 graphics card. The desktop has an i7700, 16 gb ram, and a 1080 for a graphics card.
I know I can go and change the file names to .MT2S and the place it in the timeline and it is fine but I'm wasting a lot of my time doing that.
To me this needs to be addressed because otherwise I'm just wasting a lot of my time. I am on the newest version of Premiere 12.1.2 as of 9-19-18.
Any help would be appreciated.
I recommend you try this
Go to Edit> Preferences> Media and remove the checkbox before the item: enable Intel h.264 decoding (requires restart), o (12.1.2) Enable hardware accelerated decoding.
If you still have problems with some files, close Premiere and proceed to delete the cache folders; note the link for the instructions:
Start Premiere and re-import the file.
Ok, so it still isn't working, On the upside since I created proxies they work and I'm able to edit the footage but not export it to the quality it should be. Last night I started another project but the files are 1080, I didn't have any errors thrown when I was importing any files. So could this be an issue with high-resolution video? I'm not sure why that would make a difference but. idk
The solution to this message "A low-level exception occurred in: Importer MPEG (importer: 39)", is the one of my previous post, but, when it comes to MP4 or MOV.
The strange thing about this post is because it's M2TS, generally these are 1080, and this is a 4k file error or higher.
Another strange thing is that by default Premiere 12.1.2 has the Intel decoding for the MTS files disabled.
I'll have to keep investigating.
Yeah, idk. It is just weird I'm getting this error. I generally shoot in 4096 x 2160 17:9.
Also, you would think of it is importing just fine on one computer it would do the same on another computer.
Thank you for trying to help, I appreciate it!
Dude .. premiere was working fine for me .. now .its
driving me nuts ! why Adobe? .. Im tring to import H264 Mpegs
Are you using a laptop or Desktop? What are the specs? What resolutions are you shooting at as well? My issue is with 4k video. It really stinks that it's doing this.
Something you can do till whatever this issue is fixed and this sucks doing this but make a duplicate file and change the file to a .M2TS file and you should be able to work with it in premiere then.
This method successfully work on my problem. Thanks !
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please check your memory allocated to Premier ! i got the same problem by making a mistake by availing much more memory to other applications when i return the mazimum 10GB Memory to Premior pro it worked
Love finding 2-5 year olf forum posts and still experiencing the same crap.
ALL these files still reside right where they were during import. Suddenly, they're "missing". Can't locate, link, or even manually bring them back into my project. Good times.
Fun few hours. So far, I've completely wiped my Nvidia drivers with DDU and re-installed the latest, uninstalled and reinstalled premiere, renamed the root level folder where all my media is located and then manually relinked everything. Eventually, I got dozens of clips relinked and re-rendered .... then, IT HAPPENED again.
So I repeated the above.....re-linked.
File: *LITERALLY exists*
Just updated my BIOS and AMD chipset drivers, looking even better now!
It's worth noting that every time I flush the media cache and try to reload a project Premiere will FREAK out and say I'm using TOO much ram. It ends up consuming ~30 GB of my 31ish available RAM and everything freezes. It's GREAT!
Yeah same this is so dumb....
Hi, been coming across the same exact problem, premiere pro is using like 90% of my RAM and I'm getting the same error when trying to edit. Did you find a solution to this yet?
Been having these problems for years : media cache gets corrupt when importing too much MP4 files...
- Go to C:\Users\*username*\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Common\Media Cache Files
and delete the cache files associated to the media file (search with the media file's name)
Open Premiere and it will recreate that cache and see the media file once again.
- It sounds ridiculous but : in order not to let Premiere saturate the memory and corrupt cache files, click on the Premiere window then on the desktop window, navigate between the two : the memory will somehow dump itself and saturate less...
- Buy more RAM... Had 32 GB, got 32 more...