Well, I often use the UT codec in an AVI "wrapper" as recommended by several people of this forum. It is free and works great with Premiere.
You can get it here:
ok I use that already... I'l ltry it in adobe! Thanks
The files are importing and scrubbing fine but even though I can play the entire file length in MPC it will only import the start of the fiole.. in adobe the file just ends after a little bit regardless of how much more the file has.. even if i render as compleatly uncompressed it impots incorrectly
As John sugested, you might want to give people here some details on your hardware, disc setup etc. to help you out
I have no idea.. I am not a prfessional. I just bought it so I could edit my home movies of the kids.. it is a windows 7 system. It should be irellevant to the question. I have googled and ther are a lot of peopel asking about this... but no answeres... videocopiolet says "convert to dv" what dose this mean?
It should be irellevant to the question.
It is entirely relevant to the question!
If your computer cant handle the footage..you will have issues.
Whatever...you should be editing the source footage from which you shot your home home movies,
What exactly did you Google exactly BTW?...and what Video Co Pilot "says" is unlikely to be advice in this case.!
As well as information about your computer, you need to tell us exactly what kind of file you are editing
Read Bill Hunt on a file type as WRAPPER http://forums.adobe.com/thread/440037
What is a CODEC... a Primer http://forums.adobe.com/thread/546811
What CODEC is INSIDE that file? http://forums.adobe.com/thread/440037
Report back with the codec details of your file, use the programs below... a screen