after transcode footage it's ok, import have video and audio
BUT do you know what's is problem with my video import?
If you allow me, the AAC codec uses bit rate variable, however Premiere can open AAC audios with constant bit rate, in your case I would consider it an inconsistency:
Bit rate mode: Constant
Bit rate: 38.6 kb / s
Nominal bit rate: 96.0 kb / s
Given how strict the program is, it does not recognize its audio.
As an example.
Variable audio (VBR)
Bit rate mode: Variable
Nominal bit rate: 317 kb / s
Maximum bit rate: 366 kb / s
Constant audio (CBR)
Bit rate mode: Constant
Bit rate: 92.9 kb / s
It could also convert only the audio to WAV and import it into the program, to avoid recompressing the video.
thanks for help
I will sell my new phone and buy a old phone haha
I have the same phone and the same problem.
I used the Handbrake program and it works then
I lost in video definition and weight.
can not we just hope to get the sound back by keeping the original image definition?
Would you be able to supply us with additional sample file(s)? This will greatly help us with our investigation. Can't make any promises, but hopefully we can add support in the future.
Handbrake assumes you want more compression. When using it to transcode you have to make major changes to the settings.
-Make sure the CFR button is checked AND that you specify a numerical framerate.
-Make sure it is set to match frame-size.
-Set the compression settings to "near placebo", and test exporting a file. Check in MediaInfo, another free utility, to see if your bitrate of the exported file closely matches or slightly exceeds the bitrates of the original file.
Once you have that, make a preset of it.
I'm going to make 2 or 3 short films and here
ok thanks Neil I'll look in more detail
3 different types of sounds at the recording
- Sonic Zoom (MP4)
- 3D Audio (MP4)
-Audio Hi-res (MKV)
The additional sample files are appreciated, thank you! I have added your files to the issue report.
these are the files made since the HTC U12 + times with a different sound mode.
it does not change the import in CC Premiere
I never have a soundtrack
Hi same fan HTC U12+
my way for this issue: rename video file to xxx.avi before import to CC Premiere, you can continue work
Hi all, I am using HTC U12+ too and facing the same problem.
I tried converting the files into other formats, they look good in preview but when it comes to exporting (to H.264 Match Source, High bitrate), the quality of output files is always poor (blurry).
Any one knows what I've done wrong please?