Does this affect all videos in premiere, or only those recorded using your capture device?
If Premiere refuses to play anything, check your preferences to make sure you are not targeting the wrong playback hardware. If Premiere is told to use a device it cannot find, it tends to just stop trying.
If you are able to play them in VLC then I would suggest in a pinch to convert them to H264 in VLC and then import those into Premiere. I convert many different codes from security footage and sometimes it's just easier to have VLC convert to a format that I know Premiere will open.
Yes, all videos don't play, no matter what format.
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What CODEC is used by your capture software?
What CODEC's did you install?
Were those recently installed CODEC's in a free CODEC "pack," and if so, which one please?
I know it was an .mp4 and .avi codec but the program downloaded it within itself, I didn't install a codec pack or anything.
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Obvious first step is to install Debut and anything else it installed. Screen capture programs often hook into the display chain and can cause no end of problems with applications that use direct hardware access.
Well, I found out the problem, somehow Premiere wasn't auto running on my Nvidia card and that's why it didn't work. I reinstalled Premiere and now my main project's media is all unlinked and the audio is messed up.
Thanks for all of your help.