Question about Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC
I divided my video into smaller chunks for easier editing and am trying to combine two (later hopefully more) projects into one. When I try to import the second project into the first via Add Media, I get the message Add Media Failure, saying that it's damaged or unsupported file. When I change the .prel ending to .avi, the same message comes up. Please help! otherwise I have to edit all 90 minutes which leads to problems...
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.
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