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Michael Schneidermpeg 4, H.264
by on Nov 27, 2008 at 2:07:52 am

My new camera records SD in H.264. How can I import them into PPro 2.0 to edit them?


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Vincent RosatiRe: mpeg 4, H.264
by on Nov 30, 2008 at 3:40:53 am

mpeg 4, H.264 is a delivery codec.
Decompress the video/audio, prior to import for editing.

Vince


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Jeff PuleraRe: mpeg 4, H.264
by on Dec 1, 2008 at 9:58:34 pm

AVCHD native editing has been added to CS4, but is not supported for the older PPro 2.0 that predates MPEG-4 cameras.

You must convert the H.264 (AVCHD) footage to an avi file format that Premiere can recognize and work with. Do an internet search for "AVCHD to avi" and you should find some free or inexpensive software solutions to do this. Some cameras come with a utility on CD, so check that as well

Jeff Pulera
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http://www.sharbor.com





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Robert DixRe: mpeg 4, H.264
by on Mar 24, 2010 at 11:45:41 pm

Vincent,

I have been rendering the mov . H264 files from the canon EOS 5D Mark II, it is slow but,it works.Is there any other way.

Freelance Imaging/Video
Retired (CPS Member)
Australia


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Robert DixRe: mpeg 4, H.264
by on Mar 24, 2010 at 11:47:48 pm

Vincent,

I have been rendering the mov . H264 files from the canon EOS 5D Mark II, it is slow but,it works.Is there any other way.

Freelance Imaging/Video
Retired (CPS Member)
Australia


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Susana AndrezRe: mpeg 4, H.264
by on Dec 16, 2008 at 12:27:21 am

My camera also records in SD h.264 mpeg.

When I import the clips with that extension into Premiere CS3, the audio is lost and I only stay with the video (image) to edit.

Does Premiere CS4 import SD h.264 mpeg clips (video and audio)?





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Bob DixRe: mpeg 4, H.264
by on Mar 25, 2010 at 10:22:39 pm

You can change settings in monitor arrow on top right, click and adjust.

Freelance Imaging & Video
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