Codec: DIB (_RGB)
Name: BI_RGB Raw Bitmap
Status: No Codec Required
I've convert it from Camtasia Codec to uncompressed AVI via VirtualDub to work on it with Premiere and AE.
In case it's needed, these are the specs of my machine:
- Intel core i7 930
- 16GB RAM DDR3
- nVidia GTX 550 Ti 1024MB RAM (from Gainward)
Yeah, I'd expect that to work fine. I'm kind of at a loss for reasons why it isn't.
Not sure if this is a reason...However, when I park a file in my external HDD I get all kinds of screen flash and corruptness...Maybe drag that whole file out to your C drive or onto a faster drive then a 2.0USB...?
I missed that.
I wouldn't recommend the C: drive, but a second internal drive. (D:, E:, something.)
All right, i've decided to put in Premiere the original AVI with the Camtasia Codec, and guess what? It's appears exactly like the uncompressed one - only 2:30 minutes long. I've tried to play it in a video player (MPC-HC) - and it shows the original time, and plays fine.
Then again i've put this Camtasia AVI on GSpot and it shows:
Status: Codec(s) are installed.
Are there known issues with this codec on Premiere?
Thanks again., (And I'll ask in the forums of Camtasia also for an answer...)
Some previous discussions that may help
Techsmith codec http://forums.adobe.com/message/3692768
Perhaps you could recapture the project using FRAPS. FRAPS is only $38.00 and works well the Premiere Pro.
Below is a sample video of FRAPS.
Some of the free Screen Capture porgrams have funky codecs that will not work with Premiere pro. Having said that 1680 X 995 is pretty high resolution and 17 mintues is pretty lengthy. FRAPS can capture at 1/4 size screen resolution and it might work well for your needs. Having said that could you divide the screen capture up into to two videos? The new vresion of FRAPS can still record into the older 4GB increments if you need it to. I think you might need this feature.
I hope this helps.