4 Replies Latest reply on May 27, 2014 1:20 PM by rmag

    Adobe Premieres Elements 10, problème d'importation

    rmag

      Dans Adobe Premieres Elements 10, je ne parviens pas à importer le format 16-9 malgré le paramétrage à cet effet. L'image obtenue est toujours en 4-3 et le moniteur en 16-9. Au déplacement, du clip video vers le moniteur, celui-ci bascule en 4-3. Ma caméra video est une JVC Everio GZ-MG 630RU.    Solution?

        • 1. Re: Adobe Premieres Elements 10, problème d'importation
          A.T. Romano Level 7

          rmag

           

          I suspect that your JVC is recording .mod widescreen. And, this is the classical story of the file's 16:9 flag missing or not recognized by Premiere Elements (any version).

           

          Set your Premiere Elements 10 project preset in the new project dialog to PAL DV Widescreen and import your .mod widescreen into the project using Premiere Elements 10 Get Media/Files and Folders. In Project Media, right click the thumbnail of the file, select Interpret Footage. In the Interpret Footage dialog, go to the Pixel Aspect Ratio section and dot the Conform to: Then change the Conform to field to

          DV/DV PAL Widescreen 16:9 (1.4587).

           

          If there are any black borders in the Edit area monitor image after that, click on the monitor to bring up the image's bounding box. Then drag on a bounding box handle to scale the video image to just fit the space in the monitor to no black edges.

           

          The 16:9 flag issue is one part of the JVC .mod matters. If you have problems importing the file, rename the .mod file extension to .mpg before import into Premiere Elements.

           

          Please review and consider and then let us know the outcome.

           

          Thank you.

           

          ATR

          • 2. Re: Adobe Premieres Elements 10, problème d'importation
            rmag Level 1

            Merci pour la réponse. En effet, la méthode suggérée m'a permis de réaliser les ajustements nécessaires. Votre  aide  a été grandement appréciée.

             

            Rmag

             

            Envoyé de mon iPad

             

            Le 2014-05-24 à 15:41, "A.T. Romano" <forums_noreply@adobe.com> a écrit :

             

             

            Adobe Premieres Elements 10, problème d'importation

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            rmag

             

             

             

            I suspect that your JVC is recording .mod widescreen. And, this is the classical story of the file's 16:9 flag missing or not recognized by Premiere Elements (any version).

             

             

             

            Set your Premiere Elements 10 project preset in the new project dialog to PAL DV Widescreen and import your .mod widescreen into the project using Premiere Elements 10 Get Media/Files and Folders. In Project Media, right click the thumbnail of the file, select Interpret Footage. In the Interpret Footage dialog, go to the Pixel Aspect Ratio section and dot the Conform to: Then change the Conform to field to

             

            DV/DV PAL Widescreen 16:9 (1.4587).

             

             

             

            If there are any black borders in the Edit area monitor image after that, click on the monitor to bring up the image's bounding box. Then drag on a bounding box handle to scale the video image to just fit the space in the monitor to no black edges.

             

             

             

            The 16:9 flag issue is one part of the JVC .mod matters. If you have problems importing the file, rename the .mod file extension to .mpg before import into Premiere Elements.

             

             

             

            Please review and consider and then let us know the outcome.

             

             

             

            Thank you.

             

             

             

            ATR

             

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            • 3. Re: Adobe Premieres Elements 10, problème d'importation
              A.T. Romano Level 7

              rmag

               

              Thank you for the great news that the suggested Premiere Elements .mod widescreen workflow worked for you.

               

              Your follow up will help others in search of answers for working with .mod widescreen in Premiere Elements (any version).

               

              Best wishes

               

              ATR