2 Replies Latest reply on Mar 12, 2008 5:27 PM by John T Smith

    No Audio

      I have a video file that was saved to a dvd. I downloaded the video from the DVD and imported to premiere. When i got to edite there is no audio. The orignal file was avts_vob I renamed the file from vob to mpg any help would be great as i have a dead line to get this done today. Thank you
        • 1. Re: No Audio
          Eddie Lotter Level 4
          Perhaps this?:
          http://ppro.wikia.com/wiki/FAQ%3aWhy_is_there_no_audio_in_my_imported_MPEG_file%3F

          Cheers
          Eddie
          http://ppro.wikia.com The PremiereProPedia
          • 2. Re: No Audio
            John T Smith Adobe Community Professional & MVP
            Also, Based on reading a LOT of problem reports, importing files from a DVD camcorder or other MPEG device, or trying to edit divx, or Ripping DVD files rarely results in success in Premiere... do not be fooled by movie industry advertising into thinking that "DVD Quality Video" is suitable for EDITING... it is not... a DVD is designed to be for PLAYBACK only... and that includes trying to edit a Standard Def MPEG or VOB file!

            You should also use WAV sound files, not the compressed MP3 format

            The only SD (Standard Def) files that Premiere really likes are DV AVI type 2

            Go to my notes page http://www.pacifier.com/~jtsmith/ADOBE.HTM

            Click the internal link for editing compressed files... read, there are some ideas & links there, including some links to other programs that have been mentioned in the Premiere forum as being better suited to editing MPG files

            If you only have DVD type files, you should convert to DV AVI or use different software... go to the VideoHelp link in my notes and look for a program to convert... but do be aware that converting from a HIGHLY compressed viewing format back to an editing format is going to cause a drop in quality

            PS - To work with AC3 files in Premiere, it MAY work to copy the ad2ac3dec.dll file from the Encore DVD directory into the Premiere directory