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Codec & Format information, with 2 links inside to read
-read both links in reply #1 http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1270588
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I'm using premiere pro 7.0.1, with the last update so.
I'm using windows 8 64 bits
Well the pc is a new one : The Processor is : Intel Core i5-3230M 2,6GHz with 8Gb of Ram
But this didn't happenned with my previous pc who was a lot more weak.
The video I'm editing is a M2ts container and media info tell that the video stream is AVC
M2TS codec is installed, I tried K-Lite and Xvid, none of them did help.
The problem happen in the preview and the final output.
Hope I haven't forget somehing vital here, anyway thanks
AVC is typically only used for Blu-ray distribution, which you're not generally allowed to edit. Your best option, once you have permission from the content creator, is to get a version of the video more suitable to editing.
I mainly do this edit just for my self, and this is the only version of the video I have.
AVC is typically only used for Blu-ray distribution, which you're not generally allowed to edit.
Plain rubbish, m2ts can be pulled straight from an avchd camera. I am editing m2ts in a current project.
And I do not think its up to you to tell people what the can and cannot edit.
That is the editors own responsibility.
Installing K-lite was not a very good idea.
Codec packs can mess up your system.
Since it didn't helped at all I just desinstalled it.
Then if codec pack are not a good idea, what should I do? :/
Reformat your boot disk, reinstall OS and programs and start from scratch.
rubbish, m2ts can be pulled straight from an avchd camera
You know what, that's my error. I was thinking of VC-1 when I wrote that.
Well maybe in last resort but maybe something can be done about it without doing all this...
Tried to change container to mp4 or any other : didn't worked.
I also changed settings of the sequence and it didn't worked.
I did reencode it to mp4, and then miracle it worked !
But reencode video takes much more time than to don't reencode them, I also noticed that the video stream was still AVC.
So what could make this problem?
I also noticed something about the bit rate:
The original video is a Mkv, the bitrate is 3460 kbps
The M2ts video is at 3385 kbps, if I change the video to mp4 it goes to 3881 and still play not fine.
When I reencoded it, the bitrate was around 3800kbps.
Could the bitrate be the one who mess the video?
>original video is a Mkv
Would have been nice if you had said that in your 1st message... some mkv notes below
MKV is NOT supported http://forums.adobe.com/thread/384783
-and more http://forums.adobe.com/thread/896103
-and a possible solution http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1175096
I know that mkv are not supported by Adobe, that's exactly why I had to mux the video to M2ts, which is causing a bitrate drop and doing this mess or so I guess.