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Premier composite video caputer

I have a DVD that I want to edit in Premier. I bought the HP media center PC because it has the composite inputs but I can't figure out how to get premier to recognize it.

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  • neiljackson2 Nov 26, 2008

    well either hooking my dvd player up to the composite inputs on my computer or putting the actual disc in the drive and then being able to computer and edit the video from it. the 1st would be ideal just because it would then allow me to play video games and capture and all that.

  • neiljackson2 Nov 27, 2008

    Well I have a video capture card on my computer. On computers at school I know we are able to capture from a camera via RCA cable input in a similar card. The one they had was aftermarket, the one I have being bought with the computer. So I would assume there has to be a way to do it.

  • Edward easley
    Edward easley May 11, 2010

    Hello. What exactly do you want premiere to recognize? Would that be the composite video inputs, or the dvd? They both offer different solutions

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To my knowledge, if the video feed isn't from a firewire source, or a file on a disk drive then Premiere will not recognize it. you would have to make sure the video isn't copyright protected, then have a program rip the files to your hard drive. DVD's usually store media in the .vob file format. Premiere, for legal reasons, doesn't access this type of file. you'd need some type of dvd backup software. there are many out there, some are even free.

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    Edward easley Nov 26, 2008

    Please feel free to rate this tip.

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    Edward easley Nov 27, 2008

    This is taken straight from the adobe forums. In short you need a video capture card or external capture unit. The setup is a bit much, but it will get the job done. If you don't already have this stuff, i suggest looking into dvd backup software in order to rip the video files, and possibly menues straight to your hard drive. I hope this helps you further your endeavor.


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