I am not getting any sound with clips that were encoded with mjpeg. I've tried using the morgan and mainconcept codecs, nothing works. Video is just fine.
I am totally at a loss now because morgan and mainconcept were supposed to be the only codecs that work properly with Premiere Pro.
This is in Premiere Pro CS6.
Is that some kind of screen or game play capture software?
If yes, these other screen capture discussions may help... they may not help, but at least reading thise may give you some ideas
At least some of these are for Premiere Elements, but may help with PPro
Fraps & Elements http://forums.adobe.com/thread/871095
-and more Elements http://forums.adobe.com/thread/943772
-and yet more Elements http://forums.adobe.com/thread/967201
Techsmith codec http://forums.adobe.com/message/3692768
BB Flashback http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1074014
Also, check the "PlayClaw" capture options and see if it will let you use a different codec
It is a screen/gameplay capture software. For the encoder I only have MJPEG, no compression, and low compression. No/low compression generate files that are way too big so they're not really an option for me. I will check out those links.
I mean the clips play fine outside of Premiere but Premiere doesn't like the mjpeg files. And gspot is showing no audio codec for the clips I've recorded. Is the come kind of conflict between the Microsoft MJPEG codec and other codecs? Is there some way to uninstall the default Windows mjpeg codec?
I don't use that codec, so my (saved link) advice is at an end
Except... contact the maker of the screen capture software to see if they have any advice about converting to a codec that will edit
>play fine outside of Premiere but Premiere doesn't like the mjpeg
Simple playback is VERY different that what Premiere does in editing... sorry I can't help
Is the some kind of conflict between the Microsoft MJPEG codec and other codecs?
No. That codec is for video, which works. The issue is you don't have the audio codec installed in the system, which is what PP needs. You may have to go back and rerecord the clip using the standard PCM (.wav) audio format.