My organization is attempting to change over from Final Cut Pro 6 & 7 to Adobe Premier Pro CS6 with the use of AJA. In Final Cut we are able to hear audio while setting ‘in & out’ points, and while it captures from a BETACAM SP/DVC PRO cassette. We are NOT able to do the same with Premier Pro. However, after the footage has been captured using Premier Pro, and exported to whatever digital format is requested by the customer, sound is present in the video. Likewise, sound is also available when that file is opened and edited in the time line. We don’t normally work in timeline, as customers put in a work order for ‘in and out’ times for the footage. So to work in timeline would lesson our productivity.
A number of us have spent a good amount of time researching and Googl’ing this issue. Books, forums, how-to videos, all to no avail. Even our IT department has given up. There has to be a way to get the audio to work during the capturing process. Any thoughts?
>Adobe Premier Pro CS6 with the use of AJA
For all of those people who do not use "AJA" please tell us what that is
If AJA is a hardware device to digitize analog tapes... is it external, or a card inside the computer?
Is there special software... and what is the exact version of that software?
Sorry, I should have spesafied that.
'AJA Kona 3G' is a sound/video card instaled into a PCI port. We are using it on 5 MAC, but from my understanding it works on PC too. Our IT team ruled out ruled out improper installation and out dated add-ons. I'll be more then happy if it's as simple as incorrect settings. However that desn't seem to be the case.