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All mpeg support has been disabled in the trial version due to licensing issues.
Thanks Jeff, but this begs another question .... just how are you supposed to 'try' the software in that case?
Adobe offers a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee. To test the aspects, that Adobe has to pay licensing fees on, you need to purchase the program to try all features.
I will urge you do do a search of the Premiere forums (all versions, not just CS3) and plug in "MOD." There have been plenty of discussions on the various MPEG formats from the various cameras, that record in MPEG. The total picture might change your mind about using Premiere. While it's a great program, it does have limitations when dealing with formats, other than DV-AVI. There are workarounds, and 3rd-party plug-ins and standalones, that will aid you, but you do need to get the facts, before you purchase any NLE. These forums offer you a look "behind the scenes" with MPEG.
Thank you for that very good advice ... I will go to the other forums and check it out.
>how are you supposed to 'try' the software in that case?
For your camera, I wouldn't recommend it anyway. You would be better off pairing a consumer editor with a consumer camera.
I would recommend Premiere Elements.