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What kind of media?
I tried inserting both types that I could import into the timeline- WMV and AVI. It does the exact same thing with them both.
Also, the video stops playing but the audio continues to play.
Use only DV media captured from a tape based MiniDV camera. Premiere may very well have trouble editing other kinds of clips.
I'm not sure what you mean... I am importing from a DV tape which was recorded onto by a MiniDV Camera. When I plug in the camera to my fire wire, Windows gives me the options of AVI and WMV format (I am not sure which one to go with by the way, but WMV format seems clearer and 5 times smaller too.. why is that?)
EDIT: Also, I borrowed some video files on the net and premiere does the exact same thing- stopping after one second :/
I don't think there are many people around with those AMD CPU's to help you. Maybe wait a few months until one or two may be able to help you. Not very helpful, but without similar experiences on similar hardware it would just be guessing.
Have you tried capturing inside Premiere? Windows tends to capture Type 1 DV AVIs, which Premiere doesn't handle so well.
First, work through the steps here http://ppro.wikia.com/wiki/Troubleshooting
If your problem isn't fixed, report back with the DETAILS asked for in the 16 questions at the end of that link
For question #1 see the note about the FREE http://www.headbands.com/gspot/
I found out that this problem occures only after I try to capture the video from the camera into the project. If I don't do that after starting windows and go directly into Premiere, it works fine.
I can live with that.
capture using premiere
Thanks. I did end up capturing all of my video in Premiere. Now I thought that after a reset it would work, but it didn't want to.
So, I turned off my camcorder that was plugged into the firewire port, and it worked. That seemed to be the problem...