I just downloaded Premiere Pro a few days ago and am having problems with my video footage.
I am running a Windows 7 Home Edition
My video footage is taken from the screen recorded Bandicam and is labeled .avi
The size is 960x540 (halfsize)
My sequence settings are:
960 x 540
46785, 30.00 fps
48000 Hz - Stereo
Just to make sure my program isn't corrupted I uninstalled and reinstalled it.
Here is a video of what is happening, it should explain much more that I can here:
I'm sorry I'm new. I followed the tutorials and set up the sequence to match the footage like they said. I have no idea though why it can play fine and then when I source it for editing it gets messed up.
Try creating the sequence by right clicking on a clip in the directory window and selecting Create Sequence From Clip.
Thanks for the reply, but I just tried that and it produced the same audio problems as before.
Im going to gues that its a nonstandard format that PrP doesnt recognize. Try using Adobe Media Encoder to convert the video and audio to another format that it can like H.264 or whatever you prefer.