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Long "Media Pending" issue in Premiere 2015 after clipwrap

Hi, we are shooting with the new C100 Mark II in Canon's PF 29.97 frame rate (1080P). We used the latest clipwrap to wrap the footage optimized for Premiere Pro CC. On opening the project each time in Premiere CC 2015 it takes about 15 to 20 minutes for the Media Pending issue (clips and timeline only play audio with the Media Pending graphic on screen) to resolve itself then all seems to be fine after that. Creating a test project and important the original AVCHD footage the project still has the Media Pending graphic for all footage, but resolves itself in about a minute or two. Any thoughts if I did something funky during the wrap or whatever? Thanks.

CG Coffyn

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How long is the media you're working with? Make sure you have "convert audio to lpcm" checked in the ClipWrap preferences (even though audio plays for you, unchecking that setting can cause issues with the video side).

Colin McFadden 0 votes
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The clips vary from several seconds to roughly 30 seconds. The audio recorded from the camera is already lpcm, so I don't want to re-encode it, but are you saying I have to to make sure things work correctly?

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Thanks Colin. Sorry, but what actually is a "sample layout".

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Sorry, it just has to do with our the individual bits of video and audio are actually structured on disk. Premiere wants them grouped in specific ways.

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