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To:Adobe-Premiere@yahoogroups.com From:Lee Menningen Subject:RE: [AP] cs5 render Date:Sun, 19 Feb 2012 17:47:01 -0500
 

 

Actually, it is not the scratch disk locations to check for “conformed” files, it is the Media Cache. You can find this under Edit > Preferences > Media. Note there are two entries, one for “files” and the other “Database”. Both are necessary.

Just by way of explanation, it is my understanding that these files are shared between Premiere Pro, After Effects, Media encoder, Audition, Encore, or whatever so that as you move from application to application, conforming does not have to be redone within each of them. This was done to save time.

AFAIK the setup is the same between CS3 and later versions, so I can’t suggest a reason you have problems with CS5 only. But perhaps one way to troubleshoot is to begin by cleaning the cache (there’s a button to do that but you can also simply use Windows Explorer to simply delete the files). It is safe to do this but recognize older projects will of necessity be re-conformed. Next, create a test project and import one file, wait for conformance to complete, then examine the file Media Cache files’ name and date/time stamps. Close your project, reopen and confirm the files are persistent across reloads. On a following day, verify the existence of the same files in the cache - prior to starting Premiere Pro, and if they are missing then that would explain the problem and you’d look to find out why. Otherwise, reopen the project and confirm it doesn’t re-conform. If it re-conforms even though the same cache files are present, then I don’t know what to do next.

Hoping this helps…

Lee

From: Adobe-Premiere@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Adobe-Premiere@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Malli Niranjan
Sent: Saturday, February 18, 2012 3:44 AM
To: Adobe-Premiere@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [AP] cs5 render


the scratch disks have remained the same. still it regenerates.

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Sent: Wednesday, 15 February 2012 6:20 PM
Subject: Re: [AP] cs5 render

Check you scratch disk settings. The only time I have noticed it would regenerate s because the scratch disk location changed.

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On Feb 15, 2012, at 5:25 AM, Malli Niranjan <dezinz@ymail.com <mailto:dezinz%40ymail.com> > wrote:

> hello,
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> i have recently switched over to premiere pro cs5. prior i was on cs3. cs5 works well. but each time a project is opened it would start generating the peaks and building/conforming the audio. even the effects/transitions that were rendered a day before would show a red bar hence require rendering.
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> can't understand why does this happen ? it was not the case with premiere 5.5 through cs3. once the files are imported peaks would be generated. here with cs5 it generates peak for all files every single day for each project. if the peak regeneration is not allowed and output is taken, it would have audio delays or no audio.
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> plz suggest some measures so that the peaks be generated once only.
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> thanks in anticipation.
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