I installed adobe cs6 in trial,but when I trying to use premiere ,It cannot import mp4 video recorded by Sony .
The recorded video with xml file,and some infomation in xml :
|<VideoFrame videoCodec="MPEG2HD35_1920_1080_MP@HL" captureFps="50.00i" formatFps="50i"/>|
|<VideoLayout pixel="1920" numOfVerticalLine="1080" aspectRatio="16:9"/>|
|<AudioRecPort port="ANALOG" audioCodec="LPCM16" trackDst="CH1"/>|
|<AudioRecPort port="ANALOG" audioCodec="LPCM16" trackDst="CH2"/>|
|<Device manufacturer="Sony" modelName="PMW-EX1R" serialNo="0517609">|
But this mp4 file I can play with media player.My OS info:
OS:Windows 7 X64 SP1.
CPU:Intel i7 860
sorry for my bad english.
Todd's message 7 in http://forums.adobe.com/thread/994129 says that "some" people have been able to download the CS6 trial
But, until CS6 and the trial are available to everyone, CS6 questions may have to go unanswered
Correct. CS6 software is not officially available. I'll give the benefit of the doubt here to folks who may have gotten CS6 software due to a mistake on the Adobe website that provided the CS6 trial version when the CS5.5 trial version was selected. But we won't be supporting software that hasn't been released yet.
how about now?
I'm getting this with SONY EX3 mp4 files.... Premiere CS6.
edit: imported in Media Encoder and exported. now it's importing in Premiere CS6.
but I don't want to use Media Enconder. I always copied the .mp4 from the SxS card to HDD, and then imported to Premiere CS5.5 with no problems.
Try what Harm suggested. He outlined the proper method. With AVCHD, you copy the entire PRIVATE folder structure, and with XDCAM you copy the entire BPAV folder structure.
CS6.0.1 for sure, and maybe CS6.0, changed how XDCAM footage is handled by Pr, so what worked for you in CS5.5 may not work in CS6.
PS - Thanks for the info, Harm. MPEG2 in an MP4 wrapper is, shall we say, unusual.
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