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Anyone? Do I need to provide additional information? FYI, I'm using Premiere Pro CS3 v. 3.0.1
My guess is that it is because of the "Compatible compressor:
(ID = 353)". If GSpot can't detect what codec has been used to compress the audio then PPro probably doesn't know either.
Maybe you should ask ShedWorx/VoltaicHD. Their site doesn't help much. It says:
i What is the output format?
i The final format uses the AVI codec, at the same resolution as the camera recorded the clip.
As an "AVI codec" doesn't exist (AVI is a container format, not a codec) the information is worse than useless.
Just to clarify, I do believe g-spot does recognize the codec. It lists the Audio Codec as "0x0161 (WMA v2)." However, when I right click on the properties of the AVI on my time-line within CS3 it reports "Compatible compressor: Unknown (ID = 353)".
Any logical reason why CS3 doesn't recognize the WMA v2 audio codec within the AVI file?
Premiere just wasn't designed to edit that kind of media. Only reason I can think of.
Jim...are you saying that premiere is not designed to handle AVI files or the codecs I've listed? Or both? If so, why?
What specific media is premiere designed to handle? Keep in mind I'm a very novice user.
I'm saying Premiere Pro seems to work best with DV media you shot yourself on a DV camera, or for high definition with DVCPro HD media from a Panasonic camera. Any other kind of video, and there's a chance you'll have issues, and that includes HDV for which there are presets.