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What does the clip look like in another editing program like Windows Movie Maker?
http://ppro.wikia.com The PremiereProPedia
Premiere seems to work best with DV media, an export option Camtasia doesn't seem to offer. I myself prefer hardware capture solutions to software.
Yep. I've seen this before with Camtasia captures. I open the captures in VirtualDub and recompress with the Lagarith lossless codec before bringing it into Premiere.
Thanks, Dan. I tried this, but it causes the same issue (not to mention Lagarith increases the original size x30, which isn't doable even if it did work considering the original size of some of the recordings).
Really? I just tried it out myself and it worked fine. To clarify:
1.) Capture uses TechSmith codec
2.) Open .avi in VirtualDub
3.) Set compression to Lagarith
4.) Save as new Lagarith .avi using "Full Processing" mode
I know the files are bigger, but if you've enabled "Null Frames" in the Lagarith codec options it can save considerable space on captures with lots of consecutive duplicate frames. You can also use VirtualDub to delete ranges of the big captures that you know you'll never need.
The TechSmith codec seems to use an odd keyframing method that certain programs have trouble with.
Have you tried using FFDshow's libavcodec to decode TechSmith captures instead of the "real" TS codec?
It seems to work now since I reinstalled the TS codec. Owell.
Thanks for the help.