4 Replies Latest reply on Jun 20, 2015 1:29 AM by francescac65596688

    ho una vecchia telecamera che produce file VOB. Premiere elements accetta i file ma li deforma, per cui un 16/9 diventa quasi un 3/4. Si può fare qualcosa

    francescac65596688

      Ho una vecchia telecamera che produce solo file VOB.

      Premiere Elements li accetta, ma li deforma. Dei file da 16/9 diventano quasi dei file 3/4.

      E' possibile fare qualcosa?

      In effetti ho notato che i file VOB non sono previsti nell'elenco dei file accettati dal programma. E' possibile modificare questo elenco?

       

      Grazie

       

      Gianni

        • 1. Re: ho una vecchia telecamera che produce file VOB. Premiere elements accetta i file ma li deforma, per cui un 16/9 diventa quasi un 3/4. Si può fare qualcosa
          A.T. Romano Level 7

          Gianni

           

          What version of Premiere Elements and on what computer operating system?

           

          Are the DVD video files (VTS_01_1.VOB) standard 4:3 or 16:9?

           

          Where are these VOB files now

          a. On a DVD disc in the DVD-VIDEO structure?

          or

          b. On the computer hard drive as DVD video files (VTS_01_1.VOB)?

          How did you get them into your Premiere Elements project?

           

          Generalizing...you should be able to place these DVD video files on the project Timeline without distortion if you use the correct project preset (set by the project automatically or by you if the project does not do it correctly).

           

          Looking forward to more details.

           

          Thank you.

           

          ATR

          • 2. Re: ho una vecchia telecamera che produce file VOB. Premiere elements accetta i file ma li deforma, per cui un 16/9 diventa quasi un 3/4. Si può fare qualcosa
            francescac65596688 Level 1

            La risposta di A T Romano è molto corretta e ringrazio.Il sistema operativo è Windows 8.1, la versione di Premiere elements è 13.0I file VOB sono nel'Hard Disk del computer.

            Cordiali saluti

            Gianni

             

             

             

             

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            Data: 11-giu-2015 18.34

             

            A: "francesca calabi"<lev.101@alice.it>

             

            Ogg:  ho una vecchia telecamera che produce file VOB. Premiere elements accetta i file ma li deforma, per cui un 16/9 diventa quasi un 3/4. Si può fare qualcosa

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

                  

                       

                       

                       

                ho una vecchia telecamera che produce file VOB. Premiere elements accetta i file ma li deforma, per cui un 16/9 diventa quasi un 3/4. Si può fare qualcosa

             

             

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            Gianni

            What version of Premiere Elements and on what computer operating system?

            Are the DVD video files (VTS_01_1.VOB) standard 4:3 or 16:9?

            Where are these VOB files now

            a. On a DVD disc in the DVD-VIDEO structure?

            or

            b. On the computer hard drive as DVD video files (VTS_01_1.VOB)?

            How did you get them into your Premiere Elements project?

            Generalizing...you should be able to place these DVD video files on the project Timeline without distortion if you use the correct project preset (set by the project automatically or by you if the project does not do it correctly).

            Looking forward to more details.

            Thank you.

            ATR

             

             

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            • 3. Re: ho una vecchia telecamera che produce file VOB. Premiere elements accetta i file ma li deforma, per cui un 16/9 diventa quasi un 3/4. Si può fare qualcosa
              A.T. Romano Level 7

              francescac

               

              Thank you for the reply.

               

              Your VOB file should be a DVD video file, probably with the file name VTS_01_1.VOB.

               

              If you are just importing your VOB from the hard drive (Add Media/Files and Folder/Project Assets) and dragging the VOB to the Timeline Video Track 1, you are depending on the project to set the project presets automatically.

               

              Your VOB could be 4:3 or 16:9. So, you need to know which. But, either way, the frame size is 720 x 576 (PAL). If the project does not interpret your VOB correctly, then it will give you the default setting 1080i (1920 x 1080).

               

              Need to know:

              1. Is VOB = 4.3 or 16:9? What is the frame size 720 x 576 or other?

              2. What is the project preset that is being set - PAL DV Widescreen, PAL AVCHD Full HD1080i25 or other? Please see Edit Menu/Project Settings/General and the readings for Editing Mode, Timebase, Frame Size, Pixel Aspect Ratio (even if they look greyed out.).

               

              If the project automatically is giving you the wrong settings, then you can set the correct project settings before you import your VOB into the project.

              The steps are

              • Open the project to the Expert workspace, and go to File Menu/New Project and Change Settings.
              • In Change Settings, set the project preset to match the properties of the source media. OK out of there.
              • In the New Project dialog that opens, rename the project and make sure to have a check mark next to "Force Selected Project Setting on This Project". OK out of there.
              • Back in the Expert workspace, import your source media using Add Media/ choice.

               

              Please consider the above, supply more details, and then we can decide how to get the above considerations to work for you.

               

              Thank you.

               

              ATR

              • 4. Re: ho una vecchia telecamera che produce file VOB. Premiere elements accetta i file ma li deforma, per cui un 16/9 diventa quasi un 3/4. Si può fare qualcosa
                francescac65596688 Level 1

                Grazie, la sua risposta mi è stata molto utile

                Gianni

                 

                 

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                Da: forums_noreply@adobe.com

                 

                Data: 12-giu-2015 20.16

                 

                A: "francesca calabi"<lev.101@alice.it>

                 

                Ogg:  ho una vecchia telecamera che produce file VOB. Premiere elements accetta i file ma li deforma, per cui un 16/9 diventa quasi un 3/4. Si può fare qualcosa

                 

                 

                 

                 

                 

                 

                 

                 

                      

                           

                           

                           

                    ho una vecchia telecamera che produce file VOB. Premiere elements accetta i file ma li deforma, per cui un 16/9 diventa quasi un 3/4. Si può fare qualcosa

                 

                 

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                francescac

                Thank you for the reply.

                Your VOB file should be a DVD video file, probably with the file name VTS_01_1.VOB.

                If you are just importing your VOB from the hard drive (Add Media/Files and Folder/Project Assets) and dragging the VOB to the Timeline Video Track 1, you are depending on the project to set the project presets automatically.

                Your VOB could be 4:3 or 16:9. So, you need to know which. But, either way, the frame size is 720 x 576 (PAL). If the project does not interpret your VOB correctly, then it will give you the default setting 1080i (1920 x 1080).

                Need to know:

                1. Is VOB = 4.3 or 16:9? What is the frame size 720 x 576 or other?

                2. What is the project preset that is being set - PAL DV Widescreen, PAL AVCHD Full HD1080i25 or other? Please see Edit Menu/Project Settings/General and the readings for Editing Mode, Timebase, Frame Size, Pixel Aspect Ratio (even if they look greyed out.).

                If the project automatically is giving you the wrong settings, then you can set the correct project settings before you import your VOB into the project.

                The steps areOpen the project to the Expert workspace, and go to File Menu/New Project and Change Settings.In Change Settings, set the project preset to match the properties of the source media. OK out of there.In the New Project dialog that opens, rename the project and make sure to have a check mark next to "Force Selected Project Setting on This Project". OK out of there.Back in the Expert workspace, import your source media using Add Media/ choice.

                Please consider the above, supply more details, and then we can decide how to get the above considerations to work for you.

                Thank you.

                ATR

                 

                 

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