I've just updated to v 15.0, all of my .MXF files from my C300 MK II are blue, see below:
I'm also seeing significant banding on the previous versions v 14.9, where this does not show in final cut:
Any help would be appreciated.
I've posted about the same issue. I had to revert back to 14.9. I haven't heard back from Adobe yet but at least I know now it's not just me.
Glad to hear I'm not alone, same I've just had radio silence. I'm surprised more people are not having this issue!
Can you please provide me a sample file so that we reproduce this issue inhouse.
Thanks and Regards
I've just sent you a DropBox link as a private message.
Thanks for this, unfortunately, it's not a satisfactory workaround for my workflow. I can't go ahead and add Channel mixer to all my footage it's unrealistic and a pain with proxies.
Has there been any update on a fix for this?
Thanks for providing the file. We could reproduce the issue on Mac and looking into the issue. We are working on the fix and will let you once it is available in update. Thanks for your patience.
Has there been any update on this? Premiere is not syncing with Audition or After Effects as I'm having to keep it a version behind.
Premiere 15.1 was just released with NO fix to the issue.
The fix is currently available in latest Premiere beta builds of 15.2 version and will be available in next month's release.
I am having the same issue. Not all of my .mxf files are corrupted this way. So far, I have only found the issue on one project. It is happening on both MAC and Windows 10 platforms with Premiere 15. I can preview these files with VLC and quicklooks on windows, but can not play them with VLC media player on Windows.
Example: MXF import from Premiere
Example: Quicklooks preview of same file in VLC
We are working on the fix and it will be available in next release. Also, you can try our latest Premiere beta builds where this issue is fixed. Thanks for your patience.
Great. Thanks for the update.
When is the next release? Thanks
Next release will be in May. Thanks for your patience.
This issue has been fixed in the latest version of Premiere Pro (v15.2). Please download the latest version of Premiere Pro from the Creative Cloud Desktop app. Hope it helps.