Basically it is about the import of AVCHD footage of my Panasonic HDC SD 707 5th in Adobe Premiere CS And I want to say briefly describe how I do it so far:
- Connecting the camera via USB s.den Calculator
- Then start the Panasonic HD Writer of car, and I transfer the files with that of the camera in one of my custom directory
- Then I open Premiere, and drag and drop files from Explorer into the project window of Premiere - The files ending in *. m2ts
- So far I have with the camera in the "HA1920" mode filmed
- If I choose Premiere as a sequence set to "AVCHD 1080i25 (50i)"
So far so good, now I've found the following: if I move my clips from the Project window into the cutting bar appears on this the yellow bar.
That is, as far as I know, that do not match the sequence settings to the footage. But now I know not how this should be "more appropriate" set, according to the need of the above-described Konfiguaration fit but both settings to each other?
Is anyone aware of this problem, or know a solution?
What disadvantages do I have to, to see if as in my case, the material of the yellow bars, so the settings do not match?
Is perhaps not my type of material was imported optimal?
Thank you for your help!
Antwort von RickyMartini:
Once again the PPro CS5 yellow bar problem! ;)
Bar color about the preview: yellow = It (probably) not be rendered red = it needs to be rendered green = it was rendered
Adobe would have done well to use a different color for this code, to ensure less confusion among CS3/CS4-Nutzern! ;)