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Camstudio does not export a standard DV-AVI file that Premiere Elements will easily work with. Import the file into Windows Movie Maker and export a DV-AVI format file from there. Then you should have a file that you can work with in Premiere Elements.
Just an observation, 30 FPS would look just as good as 200 FPS, the human eye can only see at a fairly slow rate, 30 FPS is plenty to get good quality video. Premiere Elements projects are 25 FPS for PAL and 30 FPS for NTSC, that's all, even for HDV ;)
Thanks for the tip!! I will try that out. Will lose quality during these conversions?
Excellent, it looks great!!! Thanks again
Glad to be of help Aaron, quality should not be a problem with one conversion.
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I have a similar issue with AVI files. I have Sony Digital 8 Camcorder and through a different program I downloaded the tapes and made them into AVI files.
I was trying to make a movie with premiere 7 using these AVI files. The quality was poor. There is no smooth motion of the movies, it was kind of moving frame by frame and also at the end of the movie faces and surrounding colors was weird (as if they are negative etc..)
I chose the out put video quality to be high and format to be NTSC. I have a 3gig ram, Windows vista laptop.
Am I missing something in movie making setting. Can someone help
Could be the frame rate the video was recorded in doesn't match the frame rate of the project?
Probably best to start a new topic yourself however this is a rather old post now and no one is probably watching it anymore.
Thank you for your response. Will check on the frame rate and will also post this query as a new thread.