I've had nothing but trouble for the past few weeks trying to get this figured out. Its a feature film that got trimmed down to 64 minutes and I haven't been able to get it into a decent Pro Tools session. I've done multiple OMF's in order to not go over the 2GB limit. We've done a track at a time, turned it into OMF and either way we go, we can't get the tracks in properly. The audio files end up getting jumbled up and sync just ends up getting mucked up.
Are both you and the editor running the same OS? I've had issues relinking .wav OMFs created on a PC into a Mac PT rig. Converting them to .aif in the OMF export process solved the relinking problem.
Also, I've had unsolvable issues for exports over 20 minutes- any way to break the OMFs into reels?
Are the regions showing up where they should or is everything all scattered? Has the editor tried re-importing the OMFs into Premiere (or Audition) to make sure they aren't getting messed up on that end?
What version of Premiere? As I recall everything below CS3 was pretty buggy about OMF's. I believe there was a CS2 update that fixed that version, but I think I only got one OMF from that (as I recall it worked). The CS3 stuff all seemed to be fine - we did about 25 shorts for Parks Canada out of it.
First off, thanks for all your help for everyone that tried to answer my question. Earlier today I imported a new OMF that the editor got from Audition. He exported another OMF that he handed off to me yesterday, with a whole new set of audio files. Lo and behold, once I imported this OMF, it finally worked! I'm assuming that the reason why PT wasn't responding to all of the other OMF's was because it wasn't recognizing particular metadata or was just incomparable because they're built differently. Now that I know this, I will definitely pass on this info and make sure that no one else has this problem ever come up again.