Aiptek a-hd 720p flash media files won't capture on Adobe Premiere Elements 3.0.2
The editing software recognizes the camera and sees the files. It will let me select a file either from the camera or one I've downloaded onto my desktop, but jus as it's about to finish adding the media I get an add media failure message. I've tried shooting video in all three formats allowed by the camera, but the result is the same as described above. Do I need to convert these mov files to another format?
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You are not doing anything wrong. For some reason, Aiptek doesn't give you this option on the camera. You have to insert you SD card into a reader and delete it that way. Ya, I know, doesn't make sense. Also, a feature I hate is it does place your videos into one continuous file. Only video clips, so each time you stop then start recording, it creates a new file. Anyway, I've had my Aiptek since 10/2008 and no problems so far. Great indoor videos. Not too crazy about the still pictures though.
Mine came with Arcsoft Total Media
Extreme. At first it did a great job of making movies. It has been freezing up lately.
You should have gotten a copy with the cam or a link to download it at least. If not, buy a vid editing package that supports hd mov files. The compression is h2.64 I think.
You have to Download the quicktime software that came on the CD that was in the box for the camcorder. If you threw that out, no matter, just go to the internet and google "quicktime for windows free download" (make sure you say free because there are two versions of quicktime, one is free, one is $20) I recommend pro though, because it can download videos, and convert them too. Hope this helped- Animation508 (youtube username)
You need quicktime, because the Aiptek 720p records to .mov (quicktime) format. If you still have the CD that the camcorder came with, the software is on it. If not, go to google, and search for quicktime free version download. Although I recommend the pro version, due to the fact that it allows conversion of files. It's about $20. Hope this helped-
animation508 (youtube username)