Grant on “Audio not importing”

<span>I am about to go insane, the .mov files only play audio on my PC but will play just fine on my laptop. My PC has windows 7 64 my laptop is windows xp 32, I downloaded the newest version of quick time I tried VLC and Windows Media Player…Also on top of that, this is suppose to be for a video editing project, I was using Adobe Premier CS5.5 and when I import the clip I get the video but no audio, I searched around and a lot of people were saying that it was Divx codecs causing the problems for them, I uninstalled still no luck.</span>

<span>I really need to start this project but I cannot for the life of me figure out a solution….if someone has any ideas please I would be at your mercy if you could give me some insight. </span>

<span>I also tried going into the MIME settings in Quicktime to make sure that .mov was selected as an option that it can play…how ever this does not explain why VLC only playes audio and Premier will import the video but not the audio.</span>

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dagunner on “advice on footage”

I played with this for a bit and cleaned it up the best I could. I am still a novice at this. I also tweeked the audio a bit. It is on Rapid Share at http://www.4shared.com/folder/ALN1URK1/_online.html

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dsf on “advice on footage”

i shot some concert footage on a cellphone and would like to make it as clear as i can. any advice? maybe even a tutorial i can follow 

here is the youtube link to view it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2Fy2JFJmcU&feature=plcp

here is a direct download to the footage

https://rapidshare.com/files/3957271304/Sequence%2001.avi

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gldnears on “NEED Help in converting mp4 to frames”

”  if you’re unfamiliar with Premiere, you need to place your video clip on the timeline and trim it down to size before exporting. “

Is that to say, ” trim it down to the one frame desired “? . . . And how does this apply to AVCHD compression which ” creates ” video frames to fill in between actual photographed and stored camera frames?

 

 

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Nifty Tips on “NEED Help in converting mp4 to frames”

Yes even i am also little bit confused with.Could Please illustrate with an example.

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Mike Wilhelm on “Right presets for timelapse (+ occasionally video)? (starter)”

So you’re asking how to create vertical letterboxes? I think your best bet is to create a black solid in Premiere with a four point garbage matte on top to cut out the center. Just keep that solid on the top layer and you should be fine.

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Luke Jane on “Rookie (?) Question regarding setting up a CS5.5 video for a specific spec”

thank you so much for your help, it has been perfect!

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paulears on “Rookie (?) Question regarding setting up a CS5.5 video for a specific spec”

ah – makes more sense. Do your edit exactly the same as usual, then encode the output to that spec in the media encoder – in the encoder in the format column set H264, then in the preset column you need to select custom – you can then set the height and width – you need to uncheck the box to allow the non-standard screen size to be entered.  just tried the encoder out on these settings and it seems to work fine – just a bit of an odd size. So edit in your normal HD preset and then just export it at these settings.

Paul

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Luke Jane on “Rookie (?) Question regarding setting up a CS5.5 video for a specific spec”

the end product is for a business video, so it has been asked to be set in that format when sending (a 5min 30 sec video) that is meant to be no bigger than 100mb. my camera is a sony one that record in an mts format.

i normally just edit the footage for our youtube page, so this is a little bit more than what I’m normally used to!

thanks!

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paulears on “Rookie (?) Question regarding setting up a CS5.5 video for a specific spec”

This frame size comes up from time to time and isn’t a ‘normal’ format so causes some strange problems – editing material with this size frame might stretch to fit the usual frame space causing fat or thin people – my memory tells me that the solutions to editing it involved cropping. There’s also rectangular v sure pixel size to consider.

Do you have the clips to do the edit? Are they in the odd format? Or are they asking for the final edit to be rendered out at that format – which seems more likely. What camera produced the images? I think you could produce a new template to let you edit in that format, but what’s the end product going to be used for? I can see all sorts of issues getting it onto a DVD for instance?

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