I am currently trying to import a complete Premiere CS4 (version 4.2.1) project on my laptop, Windows 7 - 64bit, which doesn't have an AJA Kona 3 card installed. The detailed file specification of the source file is given further below and had been created on a system with AJA's Kona card. The source files are in an AVI wrapper, in OpenDML, with 2vuy and had been created by the AJA Kona card on a different system.
The file gets imported into Premiere, and it displays the correct file length, here of about 56mn 24s. However, I can only access the first few seconds. If I drag the video file to the timeline, I realized that every frame is present for about 2 minutes and 40 seconds, which results in about 18 seconds of the original file length. To explain it in different words - I have the same frame at position 00:00:00, 00:00:01, 00:00:02 until 02:39:24.
The original files can be properly displayed within the windows media player, which utilizes a YCbCr Codec from Drastic Technology Inc. Therefore, I strongly believe that the source files aren't corrupted. What should I do now?
Complete name :
H:\PZ05\116_PZ05\pz05\Captured Video\main 03.avi
Audio Video Interleave
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Bit rate :
2 539 Kbps
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thanks for your quick feedback. I am looking for a solution, which doesn't require the AJA hardware because I don't have it on my laptop. I probably could have saved the files within a different format - but as usual, after the work we all know more
I can play back all files within the Windows media-player and Premiere can somehow also read these files - but somehow has an issue.
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