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Every time I import from DVD the program by default divides the media into clips that are MISSING FRAMES or just audio frames. There is no option in 'preferences' to tell it to import media as an undivided clip. Any fix?
I would convert the DVD files into files that can be imported into the software. There are plenty of free file converters to choose from. Just watch what you are download as they can have things in them that might change your browser etc. Always go for the harder options when downloading them. Never the quick options!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to play these files on VLC or in Media Player Classic. You can play almost any media file through them.
If you don't have any then you can download VLC media player from the following links:
for windows os zip file 16mb: http://videolan.cdn.cacheboy.net/vlc/0.9.9/win32/vlc-0.9.9-win32.exe
& for mac 19mb: http://mirror.leaseweb.com/pub/software/videolan/vlc/0.9.9a/macosx/vlc-0.9.9a-intel.dmg
And if you want media player classic here is a link to download it: http://mirror01.x264.nl/x264/mpc2kxp6490.zip (212mb)
If these players cant play your files then might not have given enough time to download your torrent or must have downloaded corrupt file.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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
Posted on Apr 23, 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
SOURCE: how do i import a video?
dear you need to convert your file into a format that is supported by the premiere like avi or smthng else(check out documentation for the formats supported by your software).
To convert your files from one format to another you need a video converter software like Total video Converter or ImToo MPEG Encoder.
you can find tvc here
for more download links mail me at email@example.com
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
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