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I might have missed it, but what is the Audio CODEC used for that AVI's Audio Stream?
Also, to edit Audio, PrPro WILL have to Conform your Audio, so the 32-bit Floating Point is what you should see. What should NOT happen, is for a 2-channel (Stereo, in your case), to be converted to 1-channel (Mono).
I checked out the codec properties in VLC. For video, the codec is MPEG-4 Video (XVID) and for audio it says MPEG Audio Layer 1/2/3 (mpga). Are these known to cause problems with Premiere?
Thanks for the assistance.
And just for comparison, the MOV video that does import correctly lists these codecs:
Video - H264 - MPEG 4 AVC (part 10) (avc1)
Audio - MPEG AAC Audio (mp4a)
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Thank you for that info.
For video, the codec is MPEG-4 Video (XVID) and for audio it says MPEG Audio Layer 1/2/3 (mpga).
There are two issues with that file:
The first is the Xvid CODEC (not meant for editing), and then the MPEG Audio/MPGA. I would convert that file, to something that is more editable.
Thank you for zeroing in on that. Any recommendations on more "editable" file formats?