Will I naturally like to try out what is so new to CS4, etc.
The biggest new feature which I noticed is the same but unfortunately negative nature: After Effects can not open my AVCHD files. Hab. M2ts as synonymous. Mts tried.
Get the error "After Effects error: The file '00328. M2ts' can not be imported: File". M2ts "is either corrupted or not supported."
These files are in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5, as well as VLC player but easily opened and edited. AVCHD my knowledge should be supported but synonymous?
MOVs, FLV, AVI etc sending you imported into AE without problems.
Edith came: I have just the idea that you can relate that CS5 with me still running as a trial version because I sent my regards permission on the student version only today to Adobe?
Oh, my system would Windoze 7 Prof x64
Antwort von RickyMartini:
The test version lacks many codecs, what is the cause of the problem.
Antwort von Alexius Marnion:
hmm thank you, then I have to wait for my serial number.
Ask me just as I have then re-install? So I already have the three DVDs out of the package installed, but so far no serial number just entered. Or are the already installed but must only be activated even with the serial number?
Funny still, in PP GEHTS yes, that does not need codecs?
Najaa when the must is apparently only I were a little patience ... Calms me already to something, have found at least not immediately NEN serious bug. Will probably be programmed to motivate to buy to play the full version;)
Edith: Hab ma tested if I export in PP in H264 can I import this file, then in AE. But I would be too cumbersome in the long run. Gibs actually NEN difference between H264 and AVCHD? Thought really different name for the same codec.
Ahahhh just see. The "normal" H.264 export to PP can only 1080p (so of course I mean in 1080 only in p). My. M2ts but 1080i. The H.264-BluRay export to PP can not be synonymous imported into AE. Interesting.