aplogoies if this is "an idiot question" but this is my first foray into premiere.
A clinet for whom I'm doing a web site has given me a DVD with demos of his products in the vob format. Ie the dvd has two folders on it one audio one video I think!.
I downloaded avs video convertor and converted the vob files to AVI and mp4
If I import the mp4 into premiere they are imported ok, if I import the avi I get the following error
unsupported format oor file.
I have trawled the forum and opened the file in Gsot with the following results
I suppose I have two questions, the end video will be going on a youtube channel so am I better to just use the mp4 conversion or should I convert to AVI. If the latter why do I get this error
Just rip the vob's to hdd and import them into Premiere (no need to convert)
Export with a Youtube preset, which can be found under H.264 format.
Premiere does not support avi's with h264 codec.
thanks for the fast and accurate response. Haven't tried exporting yet as I have to add a branding jpeg at the start and end of each of the 24 films.
Horses for courses created the jpeg in illustrator in minutes.
Hey ho back to the learning curve