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14-Jan-2012, 06:53 AM #1
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Hey all ...

I am using Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 and I wanted to edit movies... For that I imported the movie, but i am not getting the video it shows only audio...
My Movie File is *.avi
I need it .. Please Help me...


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14-Jan-2012, 12:54 PM #2
Please Help Me...!
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14-Jan-2012, 06:09 PM #3
When I get that it means the video portion is not compatible with the program; I only have Elements but get the same thing sometimes. The solution is to convert the video into a format that is fully compatible before loading it into the editor. An AVI file could contain one of many different codecs, some compatible, and some maybe not. The other possibility is corruption.
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Its also possible that if there's an update available for the program, that could give it compatibility with the file.
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Which Format Should I Convert it into?
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Standard or hi-def? DV-AVI usually works very well with editors if standard and retains all the quality possible. I use a high bitrate Xvid-AVI codec on hi-def but if its already .avi its already probably been converted from something. I use FormatFactory and Xvid seems super compatible with editors.
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Ok Thanks A Lot..
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