3 Replies Latest reply on Oct 8, 2014 4:45 PM by A.T. Romano






        • 1. Re: FLASHXDRで収録したMOVを開くためには
          A.T. Romano Level 7



          What version of Premiere Elements are you using and on what computer operating system is it running?


          Do you have the latest version of QuickTime installed on your computer with Premiere Elements, if Premiere Elements is involved

          in this at all. The QuickTime installation is a requirement. And, it, like Premiere Elements, should be run from a computer User Account

          with Administrative Privileges.


          Please give the full properties of your "MOV QT".

          If necessary, do a MediaInfo (Tree View) video and audio properties read out. Include the file extension seen.

          MediaInfo | SourceForge.net


          I tried to research your video recorder and found that it appears to offer MPEG2 video. I saw no mention of "MOV QT"


          Please give more details.


          Thank you.



          • 2. Re: FLASHXDRで収録したMOVを開くためには
            heisan4649ne Level 1

            Thank you.
            I have examined the codec
            MPEG-4(QuickTime)(XDCAM EX35)

            My PCQT...7.7.5
            Do you know this alone
            Please tell me the conversion software

            • 3. Re: FLASHXDRで収録したMOVを開くためには
              A.T. Romano Level 7



              We still do not know what version of Premiere Elements you are trying to use for your XDCAM EX35 video.

              I would suspect that you want the Premiere Pro Forum, not Premiere Elements Forum for this question.


              I do not know if Premiere Pro ways will give you a product that you will be able to import into Premiere Elements (any version)

              as a QuickTime file. (MXF is not supported in Premiere Elements)


              Here is what I have found that may help if Premiere Pro is involved

              1. Look at the details of the Calibrated Software XD Decode Quicktime component

              Calibrated{Q} XD Decode Overview


              2. Look into rewrapping as MXF or MP4.


              I am not sure if either of the above will work for you even if your video editor is a recent Premiere Pro one.