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I really appreciate it! I converted to avi and the file is so big-- that it seems to be freezing up premiere-- any suggestions? thanks again
CS4 also seems to be fairly good at handling elementary streams (like .m2v + .ac3 or .wav files).
Check out DGIndex (freeware):
You can use this to "demux" (split) the audio and video streams to separate files, which should work OK in Premiere.
Best yet, you can open sequential VOB segments and "rip" them to a single continuous streams.
It's free, and it's worth a shot.
I bought Premiiere elements 3.0 at the suggestion of a sales rep. (I know...I know..) I just want to edit home movies. But Elements 3.0 does not support MP4 files (from my Sony digital camcorder). How or what can I use to convert the files to something that is supported by Elements 3.0 like MPEG?
Hey Dan Isaacs, DGIndex is nice.Thank You.