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#1 giraffasus

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Posted 23 November 2015 - 08:33 AM

I tried to import a .mov file into adobe premiere pro cs4 but was met with an unsupported file type. I did some research to learn that this particular .mov file with the codec H264-mpeg -4 AVC (part 10)(avc1) is not supported. I tried to convert the file using VLC player, but the converted file has no sound. After viewing a youtube video that explained how to fix this problem, I attempted the steps listed. Perhaps I missed something as after I imported the file into premiere, there still was no sound. Any help on this would be appreciated. I have to submit this video by tomorrow.


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Posted 23 November 2015 - 05:59 PM

Haven't used Premiere in a long.... time. Nonetheless your problem is the encoding since Premiere should have no problem with the .mov file container. Thus you'll need to re-encode the video file. Since time is short, I'm going to suggest this possible solution. Download and install Any Video Converter.  http://www.any-video-converter.com/products/for_video_free//  (please be careful to un-check any bundleware included). Drag the file you wish to convert in. In the upper right corner you'll see Output Presets. (While there are a number of outputs that could work with Premiere) I would first choose Customized AVI Movie. Next I would go to Video Options open  the drop down menu and choose mpeg2. The audio on this preset is set for mp3. Premiere should be able to work with the new file.   A second option would be to re-encode the .mov file by  (1) Preset select  Apple Quick Time Movie   (2) Video Output select  xvid or mpeg4   (3) Audio Output  select mp3 or aac.  Good luck!



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Posted 24 November 2015 - 05:57 AM

I would like to add this to K6567's reply:

If its just a audio problem you can just convert that video into audio using any freeware video converter then import the audio in premiere,Simple. :)



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Posted 25 November 2015 - 08:24 AM

Sorry for the late reply. I have been busy. 

Indeed it had been awhile since I used premiere. I had already started the second suggestion before your reply. Thanks for the suggestion, but I am always wary of installing programs found somewhere randomly online. Cheers.






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