Given I have recorded some video with my webcam in IYUV, P, 640x480, 30FPS, CBR@~2000kb/s, and I want to just cut out a middle part. How can I get Premiere to just get rid of the part and glue the ends together, but then not re-render the video but just save it?
This is a job better suited for VirtualDub. You'll be able to chop out what you don't want, and save without recompression. It might not be the most immediately intuitive application, but it's better suited for what you want to do than PPro.
Collin's right. Premiere simply can't splice MPEG video without reencoding it unless you have the $500 MPEG Pro HD plug-in from MainConcept.
Well- Thanks folks, BUT:
unfortunately, VD says: "Cant open this type of media." So little bummer there...
But anyways, thanks, cause i always thought there is a way in Premiere which I just didnt figure out yet...
Keep it up