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Canon hg-10 hdd camcorder to adobe premiere elements 4.0

How do I get the video files from my canon hg-10 nto my adobe premiere elements.

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We have Adobe Premiere Element 4 but our IT dept won't give us the instruction manual can I download it anywhere so we can start using images and videos?


Wow awesome IT Dept.

I didn't see a manual per se but this HELP file should contain some usefull information.

Hope this helps.

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Dec 03, 2009 | Adobe Premiere Elements 4 for PC...

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Edit flip camera files with Premiere Pro


Overview of Adobe Premiere and Flip Camcorder:
Adobe Premiere Pro is one professional, real-time,timeline based video editing software application. Flip cameras store their video in a high-definition MP4 format. However, you will likely not be able to edit the video by importing it into Premiere Pro without converting it. The best solution to make Flip Slidehd/Ultra/Mino camcorder mp4 videos edit on Adobe Premiere Pro version 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, CS3, CS4 and CS5.

Best solution - Flip to Adobe Premiere Converter is a magical app for Premiere Pro fans to import and edit flip video in Premiere Pro AVI, MOV, MPEG (MPE,MPG), AIFF, MP3, WAV, WMA, etc. Flip Video to Adobe Premiere Converter easily convert flip camera videos to Premiere Pro with no quality loss. Under the help of the Converter, you can import the output video and edit it in Premiere Pro with ease, no matter which Adobe Premiere Pro version you possess. Furthermore, it can also support you to import Flip video to Windows Movie Maker/WMM.

Guide to import/edit Flip videos in Premiere Pro with several simple steps.

Part One: Convert Flip Video to Adobe Premiere Pro Format AVI, MOV, MPEG etc.
Step 1: Load files
After download and run Flip to Adobe Premiere Converter, Press "Add File" to import flip .mp4 video to the program.

Step 2: Select the output format and its destination
Select the output format in the drop-down list of "Profile", like DV-AVI. Specify its destination when click the "Browse" button.

Step 3: Click "Convert" button to start converting flip camera video to target format.
After successfully convert Flip to Premiere Pro supporting formats, you can import the video to Adobe Premiere.

Part Two: How to import output video clips and other files into Adobe Premiere Pro?
Adobe Premiere accepts you to import a single video clip, multiple clips, or an entire folder of clips. You can also import a variety of audio and still image files, including sequences of images and layered Photoshop files.
Select File > Import from the main menu.
Tip1: To import a single file: Locate and select the file, then click Open.
Tip2: To import multiple files: Hold down the Control key to select multiple files, then click Open.
Tip3: To import a folder of files: Locate and select the folder you want to import, then click Folder. A new bin is created in the Project window, containing the contents of the folder.
Tip4: You can also import files and folders by dragging them from "Finder" into the Project panel.

Notes:
1.The pixel size of your clip cannot exceed 4000 x 4000 pixels.
2.If your imported clip appears distorted or stretched, its pixel aspect ratio may be set incorrectly.
Well Done. Enjoy Flip video editing in Adobe Premiere Pro with Flip to Adobe Premiere Converter.
Related: Flip camera review: The best flip camera after Flip Ultra, Flip Mino, Flip Ultra HD and Flip Mino HD.

on Aug 11, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Edit Flip Camera File with Premiere Pro



verview of Adobe Premiere and Flip Camcorder:
Adobe Premiere Pro is one professional, real-time,timeline based video editing software application. Flip cameras store their video in a high-definition MP4 format. However, you will likely not be able to edit the video by importing it into Premiere Pro without converting it. The best solution to make Flip Slidehd/Ultra/Mino camcorder mp4 videos edit on Adobe Premiere Pro version 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, CS3, CS4 and CS5.

Best solution - Flip to Adobe
Premiere Converteris a magical app for Premiere Pro fans to import and edit flip video in Premiere Pro AVI, MOV, MPEG
(MPE,MPG), AIFF, MP3, WAV, WMA, etc. Flip Video to Adobe Premiere Converter easily convert flip camera videos to Premiere Pro with
no quality loss. Under the help of the Converter, you can import the output video and edit it in Premiere Pro with ease, no matter
which Adobe Premiere Pro version you possess. Furthermore, it can also support you to import Flip video to Windows Movie Maker/WMM.


Guide to import/edit Flip videos in Premiere Pro with several simple steps.

Part One: Convert Flip Video to Adobe Premiere Pro Format AVI, MOV, MPEG etc.
Step 1: Load files
After download and run Flip to Adobe Premiere Converter, Press "Add File" to import flip .mp4 video to the program.

Step 2: Select the output format and its destination
Select the output format in the drop-down list of "Profile", like DV-AVI. Specify its destination when click the "Browse" button.

Step 3: Click "Convert" button to start converting flip camera video to target format.
After successfully convert Flip to Premiere Pro supporting formats, you can import the video to Adobe Premiere.

Part Two: How to import output video clips and other files into Adobe Premiere Pro?
Adobe Premiere accepts you to import a single video clip, multiple clips, or an entire folder of clips. You can also import a variety of audio and still image files, including sequences of images and layered Photoshop files.
Select File > Import from the main menu.
Tip1: To import a single file: Locate and select the file, then click Open.
Tip2: To import multiple files: Hold down the Control key to select multiple files, then click Open.
Tip3: To import a folder of files: Locate and select the folder you want to import, then click Folder. A new bin is created in the Project window, containing the contents of the folder.
Tip4: You can also import files and folders by dragging them from "Finder" into the Project panel.

Notes:
1.The pixel size of your clip cannot exceed 4000 x 4000 pixels.
2.If your imported clip appears distorted or stretched, its pixel aspect ratio may be set incorrectly.
Well Done. Enjoy Flip video editing in Adobe Premiere Pro with Flip to Adobe Premiere Converter.
Related: Flip camera review: The best flip camera after Flip Ultra, Flip Mino, Flip Ultra HD and Flip Mino HD.

on Aug 10, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How do I convert AVI files to MP4 files using Premiere Elements 4


just try
  1. quick vedio converter to do this
  2. quick media converter
you can download these software for free from

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Apr 23, 2009 | Adobe Premiere Elements 4

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Video downloaded cuts off in adobe premier elements 4


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.

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http://www.dvdripperformacos.com/dvd-to-adobe-premier-pro/

Jan 16, 2009 | Adobe Premiere Elements 4

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Guide to import/edit Flip videos in Premiere Pro with several simple steps


Overview of Adobe Premiere and Flip Camcorder: Adobe Premiere Pro is one professional, real-time,timeline based video editing software application. Flip cameras store their video in a high-definition MP4 format. However, you will likely not be able to edit the video by importing it into Premiere Pro without converting it. The best solution to make Flip Slidehd/Ultra/Mino camcorder mp4 videos edit on Adobe Premiere Pro version 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, CS3, CS4 and CS5.

Best solution - Flip to Adobe Premiere Converter Flip to Adobe Premiere Converter is a magical app for Premiere Pro fans to import and edit flip video in Premiere Pro AVI, MOV, MPEG (MPE,MPG), AIFF, MP3, WAV, WMA, etc. Flip Video to Adobe Premiere Converter easily convert flip camera videos to Premiere Pro with no quality loss. Under the help of the Converter, you can import the output video and edit it in Premiere Pro with ease, no matter which Adobe Premiere Pro version you possess. Furthermore, it can also support you to import Flip video to Windows Movie Maker/WMM.


Guide to import/edit Flip videos in Premiere Pro with several simple steps.

Part One: Convert Flip Video to Adobe Premiere Pro Format AVI, MOV, MPEG etc. Step 1: Load files
After download and run Flip to Adobe Premiere Converter, Press "Add File" to import flip .mp4 video to the program.

flip-to-adobe-premiere-converter.jpg

Step 2: Select the output format and its destination
Select the output format in the drop-down list of "Profile", like DV-AVI. Specify its destination when click the "Browse" button.

convert-flip-video-to-premiere.jpg

Step 3: Click "Convert" button to start converting flip camera video to target format.
After successfully convert Flip to Premiere Pro supporting formats, you can import the video to Adobe Premiere.

Part Two: How to import output video clips and other files into Adobe Premiere Pro? Adobe Premiere accepts you to import a single video clip, multiple clips, or an entire folder of clips. You can also import a variety of audio and still image files, including sequences of images and layered Photoshop files.

Select File > Import from the main menu.

Tip1: To import a single file: Locate and select the file, then click Open.
Tip2: To import multiple files: Hold down the Control key to select multiple files, then click Open.
Tip3: To import a folder of files: Locate and select the folder you want to import, then click Folder. A new bin is created in the Project window, containing the contents of the folder.
Tip4: You can also import files and folders by dragging them from "Finder" into the Project panel.

Why not download Flip Pro to have a try?

on Jul 20, 2010 | Cameras

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How to import M2TS files to Adobe Premiere for editing


In Sep. 23, 2008, Adobe released Adobe Premiere Pro CS4, and in October of the same year, it released Adobe Premiere Elements 7.0, both the two programs include AVCHD support (but not in the trial version of CS4). It is good news for people to see that via the two versions and the later ones, they are able to edit their footages shot by a Sony HDR-SR10, or other AVCHD camcorders, which have .mts or .m2ts file extensions. The thing is that some people already have a Premiere Pro CS3, Premiere Elements 4.0, or even older versions, they are not willing to spend money for upgrading or purchasing, and then what would be the cost-efficient way to solve their problem? As a matter of fact, you just need cost very little money for an AVCHD video converter, no more than $30, and it will totally resolve your problem.
In the following paragraphs, I would like to show you my own solution of converting AVCHD files to Adobe Premiere workable format via this kind of converter named Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter, which is only $29, and without audio and video out of sync issues.

Step 1: Run this AVCHD video converter, and load MTS/M2TS files to it
Click "Add" button to import .mts and .m2ts files as long as you launched this program.

Step 2: Select output format and set save path
Click on the drop-down list of "Format" to select an output format for importing to Adobe Premiere. This utility has specific format profile for Adobe Premiere, and you just need choose one according to your own needs.

Click the folder icon at the opposite side of "Output" to specify the save path of the output files. At the same time, if you want to combine multiple files into a single file, you can tick the checkbox "Merge into one file".
Step 3: Click "Settings" button to do advanced settings
All the parameters in the popup window are changeable, including codec name, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channels.
Step 4: Click "Convert" button to start conversion
Once finished, the output files can be found out via clicking on "Open" button.

on Jan 30, 2010 | Cameras

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Adobe photo priemier 4 is increasing in size on hard drive


Hi Dave!

Most image and video editing products from adobe use a seprate folder for storing temporary data like conversion- edits undoes. I am not sure where that would be for your instalaltion of premiere however i am sure you will be able to look it up within settings in premier itself.

I hope this helped!
Keshey

Jan 02, 2009 | Adobe Premiere Elements 4 for PC...

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Canon Hg 10 Vertical line on image


This camera outputs interlaced video files. That can be the lines you are talking about if you are playing it back on a PC. The camcorder itself will de-interlace the video during playback on the actual camera, but not the file. You have to either play it (60i) with a hardware or software player that de-interlaces in realtime, or export your video file into a progressive (or deinterlaced) format. Some cheap editors dont deinterlace. I use Adobe Premiere Pro and Sony Vegas.

Dec 24, 2008 | Canon MV700 Mini DV Digital Camcorder

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Program switches off


Premiere Elements does not get along with Everio camcorders at all, mainly due to the video format. You can convert the video files to DV-AVI and solve the problem.

Jun 05, 2008 | Adobe Premiere Elements 4

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