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so I am working on this project that was shot on a RED camera in 6K.
the proxies are rendered in H.264 and it isn't giving me the best performance.
I went ahead and rendered in prores 422 at 1080p.
when the renders were done I went ahead to attach the proxies in premiere pro but with no warning, as though as I have successfully attached the proxies, the proxy media file name column is empty.
I tried attaching the H.264 one and they work perfectly heck I could even connect the 6K .R3D files as proxy but not the prores 422.
someone tell me what am I missing.
I tried both the standard prores 422 and the prores 422 proxy and both failed to attach.
I would have to check the audio channels again but I'm assuming its not as there was no warning message, if anyone has a solution please enlighten me.
after looking into the audio channel, I found out the R3D footage had 2 channels and I rendered my proxy with only 1.
I believe there was supposed to be a error message but there was nothing which was very misleading and hard to troubleshoot with.
We're sorry to hear about this. Have you tried creating ProRes proxies within Premiere Pro & checked if it's working properly? Also, please share a screenshot of the properties window for the R3D file & the ProRes proxies that you have created.