We shot on Ursa Mini in 4.6k with anamorphic lenses. Dropped the footage in Resolve to create the proxies - didn't realize Premiere could handle them at the moment. Anyway, synced audio in Resolve but it messed up and ended up dropping timecode on some of the proxy files.
Now trying to re-link the quick time proxies in my Premiere timeline to the raw files but getting the "proxy and full resolution matching audio" message. I think this might be because of the audio issues in exporting the proxies through Resolve. Our audio designer ended up having to relink some of the audio files when I shot him the project after picture lock too.
So.... any ideas on a work around for this error? I know the raw files I want, but cannot link due to the error.
An annoying and time-consuming solution I found is to go to each of the offline files in Premiere and choose replace footage. Then replace the sinful proxies with the source footage. Premiere is kind enough to allow this. This probably takes less time than redoing proxies (depending on the project), with the benefit that the replaced footage magically relinks properly across your timelines (same timecode). In essence, it's a non-batch way of re-linking these "bad" proxies with their immaculate source. Hope this helps.