I'm using a program to create a screencast that exports a .swf. I need to import it into Premier for further editing. The video imports fine, but the audio gets completely lost, although it plays fine in the original .swf. Can I do something to fix this, or is this a Premier bug?
Just a note, if I right-click on the imported .swf clip and select "reveal in Bridge", Bridge finds the audio fine.
Thanks! Worked like a charm and saved me an annoying intermediary conversion.
Incidentally, you referred to .swf in that thread as an esoteric format. There's no question that in the video world, .swf is just that. But... it's also Adobe's format, so you'd expect it to be well supported Anyway, I'm happy with the workaround. Thanks again.