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It's just the way the software works under the hood. They're pretty small and won't cause you any trouble.
Ok but it is annoying to have an mpeg file then an xmp.
I do not recall having this on CS2.
Yep, CS2 worked the same. Encore uses the files mostly.
I have a lip sync problem with video to the audio where it is out about a second. The video and audio was captured together so when you put it on the timeline they are linked. Any ideas or settings I need to change to sync it? I have premiere Pro cs3.
if you have an hdv video downloaded then cs3 have a bug. It makes audio out of sync in the premier timeline, even though in reality there isn't. I am not sure but they were supposed to fix this bug. Does anyone now if they did it?
Anyway, i use the old style: extract audio from video with another soft, save it separate, imported in the project, delete the old audio and re-linked it with the video.
For me it was easier this way from 2 reasons:
1. When i imported my video in the Premier to edit, i realise that the out of synk created another inconvenience - i end up without the complete sound to most of my captured videos, even though in reality the sounds was there (but not in premier).
2. too much trouble to try to get it re-link the right way-sound with video, when i have 50hours of hdv video.