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Thank you for the help
I identified that some of my source is in MJPEG. still need to use it
In the link provided it states:
"The MJPEG codec is sometimes used by analog capture cards and some digital cameras. You can purchase the codec from numerous sources. Use your favorite Internet search engine to find the cheapest offerings. "
Can you elaborate on what I would be purchasing and how it would work to get these files usable?
You will be purchasing an MJPEG codec which is basically a plug-in for the operating system to recognise video files encoded in the MJPEG format. Once the OS can recognise the files, PPro will be able to as well.
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This is one I've used.
There is a demo version you can use to see if it works for you.
Try settings of JPEG 4:2:2, Quality 64, for a good tradeoff between rendering speed, quality and compression ratio/file size.
William and Eddie, THANK YOU!
Im sure it wont be my last question, but making forward progress is a huge start!
I installed and the source plays in the time line. Is there anything I have to 'do' to the files? Or once they are in the time line and rendered Im good to go?