Imported AVI (120min) runs in only 4 minutes Premiere
Frage von MiXMaster: Januar 2006
Was just a big problem! Have heard and read / Have the Premiere Pro a few problems with the import of video files has (see here) in the forum.
Well, it caught me. A simple DV-AVI file is imported, although without objection. After four minutes, however, remains the preview on the last frame available and the picture does nothing more. (Sound is running)
In Virtualdub DV-AVI file by running well. Similarly in some other editing programs such as Media Studio, Vegas, TMPEG. (Demos)
Has anyone already found a solution for this problem Adobe??
Thanks in ADVANCE! Greeting Andy
Antwort von error:
had been synonymous. I had to transfer a video of my camcorder but not with premiere. then synonymous only partially been building. Then I thought, well probably should premiere codec cope with his own good, and lo and behold. All I had captured with premiere, it went. difficult to answer for me, if you can not capture with premiere.
Antwort von MiXMaster:
Problem occurs with DV to type1.
The import problem makes Adobe unpredictable! In MPEG, there are some similar cases.
Surprisingly, however, Adobe gets to the little brother (Premiere Elements2.0) with the DV-out Type 1.
If it were not that many plug-ins for Premiere, Vegas and MSP8 were obviously the better choice.
Antwort von Stefan:
AVI is> 2 GB are compared with the old standard AVI AVI expanded.
A proposal to make such a large AVI, is the OpenDML AVI format. As I said a proposal and not a norm ...
And so it happens that are not a OpenDML AVI Erstellprogramm (???) and one OpenDML AVI Import Program (APP).
You can - if the original tape is still there - with APP itself to record. APP itself is likely to understand ;-)
Or - if you have enough disk space - you can save the AVI from VD out. VD produces very clean OpenDML AVIs and APP is likely to have no problems. To copy sections below video on DirectStreamCopy switch is copied to 1:1.