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What kind of clip? Frame size, data rate, codec? Give us something to work with. How did you capture the clip?
Sorry, I'm very new at this. Here goes:
It's an mpeg2 clip at 720x480.
Average data rate: 709 KB / second
For audio format it says...
Source Audio Format: 48000Hz - compressed - Stereo
Project Audio Format: 48000Hz - 32 bit floating point - Stereo
I captured it from a Hava (it's like slingbox except it records) through component.
Hope that's what you were looking for.
Apparently the Hava does not record a version of MPEG2 that Premiere Pro can deal with. Sorry.
>I'm running an Intel Q9450
A bit off topic, but where the hell'd you find one? Newegg actually took this very wanted model off their list for lack of supply.
Also, I agree with Steven. Premiere is a pro editor and handles pro media better than it does consumer TV recordings. Try Elements instead, or perhaps even Windows Movie Maker.
Does Adobe Premiere Elements really have a larger codec support than Premiere Pro? That sounds really weird to me.
To me, for an application to be "Professional" would mean that it can handle as many codecs as possible.
> To me, for an application to be "Professional" would mean that it can handle as many codecs as possible.
It means that it is suited to do a professional job, not a consumer job. Professional means specialized equipment, not a Jack-of-all-trades, doing a lousy job at everything.
Jim, I ordered the Hava direct from myhava.com
Thanks, but I was actually inquiring about your CPU.