Adobe announces Premiere Pro especially the CS6 software provides native support for Sony XDCAM, XDCAM EX, and XDCAM HD (including XDCAM HD 50) cameras and content with no transcoding required, smooth importing, strong metadata support, real-time editing, and flexible delivery options. Whereas, something frustrating to the Adobe users is that when importing the XDCAM HD422 MXF files to Premier Pro, some error messages like missing codec, looped audio, etc occurred from time to time.
I am trying to import the native .mxf file of the XDCAM HD 422 into CS6, but getting an error that says missing codec. What’s the fix? Thanks
Every time I import XDCAM-Files from my PDW-F800 (1080i, XDCAM 422 High, 8 Mono Channels, 48 KHz, 24 Bits) the last 3 seconds in every clip have a looped audio. The duration of the loop is abourt 10 frames. The files are not corrupted with this loop, because if I play the same files in VLC Player, the audio at the end is correct. Must be a problem within the import.