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Premiere CC2015 ProRes Render Issue

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Hey there guys,
I'm having a problem with Premiere CC2015.

Whenever I create a timeline using apple prores (any format) as the render codec just as I hit Return to render, the render starts then stops at 0,01% and doesn't move any further. If I hit Cancel, Premiere crashes.
It has happened with different projects and formats (R3D, Amira ProRes4444, HDSLR H264, MTS, AVCHD).
If I just edit the material using ProRes on the render codec tab (Sequence Settings) with no rendering involved and export to a different codec (ie h264) it all works great and If I choose another codec on Sequence Settings for rendering (say Cinepro) it also works fine.

Does anyone have experienced anything like it?
Any light at all?
For now I have built a work around using other codecs and all but I would surely like to fix this as my next project is a documentary that was shot entirely on ProRes4444 and I'm afraid to have any bigger problems.

Thanks for any inputs and help
 
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Hey there guys,
I'm having a problem with Premiere CC2015.

Whenever I create a timeline using apple prores (any format) as the render codec just as I hit Return to render, the render starts then stops at 0,01% and doesn't move any further. If I hit Cancel, Premiere crashes.
It has happened with different projects and formats (R3D, Amira ProRes4444, HDSLR H264, MTS, AVCHD).
If I just edit the material using ProRes on the render codec tab (Sequence Settings) with no rendering involved and export to a different codec (ie h264) it all works great and If I choose another codec on Sequence Settings for rendering (say Cinepro) it also works fine.

Does anyone have experienced anything like it?
Any light at all?
For now I have built a work around using other codecs and all but I would surely like to fix this as my next project is a documentary that was shot entirely on ProRes4444 and I'm afraid to have any bigger problems.

Thanks for any inputs and help
Hi

I am having a similar issue. Did you find a work around to this?
 
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