I am posting this here because I am not sure where to get an answer and before I move forward with our web guy I want to do a little homework.
I have a series of webinars that were recorded live and archived as WMV files. We need to put a video intro on the webinars and I have a problem with the frame rate. The webinars are power point and were recorded at 1 frame per second, most of them are over an hour long. The video intro's are at 24 fps so I can't edit them together into one movie.
I would like the video intro to play and then the webinar to start immediately after but all on one cue. I can adjust the size of the video intro to match the frame size of the webinars so the box can stay the same size.
We can use an imbedded J player or the WMV player, I have no preference. I just want to know if it can be done programming standpoint.
Thanks in advance.
This is a video edit related question.
The one way I see this work for you is if both are .wmv files, you could use JWPlayer or something similar and add both your files to a playlist. 1st file being the intro and 2nd file being the webinar. JWPlayer will go in the order of your playlist and will play both your files seamlessly.
However, if you're keen on having only 1 combined file, you're better off posting this on Premiere forum (if you're using Adobe Premire) - http://forums.adobe.com/community/premiere/premierepro_current