Question about Adobe Premiere Elements 4
I recorded a home video and burned it on a dvd. I put the dvd in my computer, used the media downloader on premier elements. When I dragged the video to my project, it only brings up about half of the video. Half the video is missing.
There are occasions you find yourself facing DVDs as source videos for a project or need to do some "operation" on DVD with Adobe Premiere Pro. Whether it's for a wedding video, a sport highlight film, a video game demo, or some other project, more and more people have their video footage on DVDs (only) these days. Obviously this is not a wise move for editing - the video file has already been compressed, so you've already lost quality to begin with. But the fact is that you have to work with what you've got.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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