Question about Adobe Premiere Elements 10
Hi, i cannot import videos from a sony hvr-hd1000e to premiere elements 10. I have connected the camera to a win 7 pc, with a USB cable, the camera is correctly recognized, the drivers installed, the camera shows the "connected to usb cable" sign, but still premiere elements 10 does not show the camera in the import section. What can I do?
you have to connect to your computer via FireWire cable, not USB !
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
take all ur video chunks into adobe after effects cs3. Put each video as a separate layer. edit the timeline of each layer and render the entire composition as a movie.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
Pagemaker to InDesign is not an exact process. You are going to have to put some work into the converted file. The important thing to maintain in PageMaker to make a clean transition, is to make sure the PM file is PRISTINE. All the links in the Links Palette are current, al fonts for the file are loaded. Delete any unused colors, just clean the file up. The more clean the file, the cleaner the transition.
No matter how clean the file is, there are going to be things you are going to HAVE to fix. You are going from an app that has not been supported for over a decade into the latest and greatest, InDesign. Be patient and be glad at least you can get the PM file into something usable instead of having to rebuild it entirely.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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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