Error in importing PSD file

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Jun 17, 2021 Jun 17, 2021

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Hello.

 

When I try to import a PSD file created by me (RGB space - 150 dpi) this error shows up.

Did somebody know why?

 

I have the 2021 update version in my new MacBook Pro 13" (chip M1)

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Can you translate one or two of the error messages to English, please?

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From google translate

 

frame replacement attempt canceled after multiple attempts for the file ...file name...

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Try resaving the file under a different name and then import into Premiere Pro.

If that soesn't work, try saving as a TIFF and then import into Premiere Pro.

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Are you using File > Import or the Media Manager?  Although, either approach should work as expected.

 

8-bpc, 16-bpc, and 32-bpc RGB Color Mode Photoshop files are supported with Premiere Pro on an Apple M1.  So, it's probably worth taking a closer look at the PSD files.

 

Assuming you're not planning to import the PSD layers, you could try opening a few of the PSDs in Photoshop and using File > Export > Quick Export as PNG.  Then try using File > Import to bring those in.

 

Since Premiere Pro doesn't print to paper, (that is, there's no File > Print), the DPI setting of the Photoshop document is ignored.  Premiere Pro just looks at the width and the height as measured in pixels.  So, 1920-by-1080 at 150 dpi is the same as 1920-by-1080 at 72 dpi which is the same as 1920-by-1080 at 300 dpi.  The difference between what I just listed only comes into play when we choose File > Print in an application like Photoshop that prints.

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I did the same thing again (file>import, same flow I used before) and now it works fine.

I don't know why!

Thanks anyway

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