I have a Tonproblem the import of recordings of my DV Camera. This problem manifests itself is that a loud crack is heard. Something like this: Pfffftttt ...
I capture my recordings with the Windows Movie Maker and when no other program is sound. The sound is completely useless. For other videos, the problem never occur. Is there a setting in Premiere which can resolve this problem?
I have been synonymous with the project settings to experiment but unfortunately without success.
I'm just me in this program to incorporate. Previously, I have Ulead Video Studio 10 uses and synonymous here, there are no problems when I import the DV clip. I'm somewhat perplexed at the moment and would be grateful for assistance.
In the properties of the clip is to read as follows:
The source audio format: 48000 Hz - 16 bit - stereo Audio format of the project: 48000 Hz - 32-bit floating point - Stereo
Can it be that it s.Unterschied between 32-bit floating point - Stereo Project and 48000 Hz - 16 bit - stereo clip is? If so where can I change this?
Antwort von Stoffel67:
If someone in the future the same problem should have here is my solution: Simply clip with the premiere recording. Against the images of WMM premiere seems to have something. Can of course synonymous s.etwas but when others are included with Premiere, there is no Tonproblem more.