You're generally not legally allowed to be editing someone else's content. If you have the legal permission, you're better off asking the content owners for something more suitable for editing than a ripped BD.
It's not copy protected or copyrighted and its for a school project. So how about a useful answer?
It is not editable and it is copyrighted, so Jim's remarks are on the mark. If you have the legal permission, you are best off with the source material. Otherwise you have to find an external converter and accept the quality loss.
"it is copyrighted"
Please explain how you know the copyright status of content that I am working on, and please explain how even if it was copyrighted, how the 5-10 seconds of footage that I want wont fall under fair use for my class project.
So now that everyone is done giving me a lesson is copyright law, can I please get an answer about the question I asked. Is it possible to load a VC-1 encoded video in premeire?
No. See previous post.
"No. See previous post."
Well your previous post said
"It is not editable"
Which is: 1. not what I asked, and 2. not true. I can load the video into Xvid4PSP and other software which means it can be edited, maybe not by premeire, but thats not what you said, which is why I asked my question again. But thanks for the smarmy smug answer anyway.
I just come in here asking a very simple straitghforward question and I get a lesson on copyright and insinuations that I am breaking the law. Did I do something to piss you people off or are you always so quick to treat people like criminal jerks?
Sorry, I assumed you were talking about Premiere Pro CC or previous versions as used on this Earth since you asked the question here, not about editing capabilities in the NGC 5866 galaxy. It might be editable there, but not with PR on Earth. If you can edit with other software, then use that.
"Sorry, I assumed you were talking about Premiere Pro CC or previous versions as used on this Earth since you asked the question here"
- And again, I didn't ask if the video was "editable" I asked if I could load VC-1 into Premeire which is 2 very differnt questions. Sorry if you dont have the reading comprehension to figure that out.
Also, I never asked for your opinion on the legality of the video I was editing but you decided to throw that out there anyway, declaring you knew wether or not the video I had was copyrighted, which is impossible for you to know, and when people comment on things they cant possibly know about it is a pretty good indication the person doesn't know what they are talking about. So forgive me if I don't take your word that VC1 cannot be loaded into Premeire.
Your original post says you have "Adobe CC" so why don't you just try loading the video into PProCC to find out for yourself?
Then post your results, and any error messages
I have a .vc1 file that i demuxed out of an .m2ts Blu Ray file. This file is playable in VLC and I can open it in a freeware video program called Xvid4PSP, so I know the file is good. I have tried remuxing the .vc1 in more standard containers like WMV ASF or AVI but it never loads. Any suggestions would by great.
Where is the question? You only ask for suggestions.
I asked if I could load VC-1 into Premeire
This is the first question you asked. The answer is no.
Also, I never asked for your opinion on the legality of the video I was editing but you decided to throw that out there anyway, declaring you knew wether or not the video I had was copyrighted, which is impossible for you to know
Actually that is pretty simple. Once it is created, the one who created it has the copyright. EOS. If you created it, you have the copyright, but you also have the source material. If you did not create it, you have to ask permission from the person who created it, since he/she owns the copyright. It is as simple as that.