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Nelly on the Moser might be similar to Lorelei on the Rhine. Google it.
>I cannot find any good documentation on importing FLV files, editing them, and then getting a quality FLV back out.
That's probably because very few pros (whom the program is geared towards) will be interested in doing so. Check consumer programs, though. VideoHelp.com is a good place to look for this kind of thing.
Thanks for the suggestions. I will check out VideoHelp.com and see if I can learn anything there. I agree that it is kind of a niche situation and very few programs would be geared to this situation at all.
Thanks for your time!
"That's probably because very few pros (whom the program is geared towards) will be interested in doing so.
Editing, and transcoding VP6 flv is what we do for our clients by the thousands. Flash on2 VP6 is the most asked for video format, not only here but worldwide.
I guess I am dealing with Nellymoser because we are recording from a users microphone. Any ideas on how to get it into Premiere? I am newer to all this and just trying to learn as well as solve the issue.
...Audio in Flash Video files is usually encoded as MP3. However, Flash Video files recorded from the user's microphone use the proprietary Nellymoser codec...
Any thoughts on ways to import the audio or another program that could work for raw FLV editing?
>Flash on2 VP6 is the most asked for video format, not only here but worldwide.
As a final delivery format, maybe. But I think you'll find far more consumers than pros who try editing the stuff. And of the occasional professional who does work with it, I'd bet again that most either use a different program, or they convert it first to something more easily edited.
>Any thoughts on ways to import the audio
Use a professional mic and record .wav files.
Jim knows what what he's talking about. The only difference between editing a tv show and a web show are the output settings. The better audio you get the better it will compress.
Until you Render in Adobe media Encoder the workflow is the same as any other video project.