5 Replies Latest reply on Sep 30, 2009 2:27 PM by A.T. Romano

    Flip Mino HD, problems, going crazy, desesperate


      Hi everyone,

      I use my flip mino HD to film my things and I used to import directly the .mp4 files in Adobe Premiere Element 7 and everything worked perfectly fine. You can see the results here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAL2qGOXwfE .

      I made a few of them. http://www.youtube.com/user/coeurdepierreluc

      But recently, It looks like Adobe Premiere Element 7 doesn't like my .mp4 anymore. I don't know why, it comes from nowhere. When I edit a movie (that is less in time than many of my other), it doesn't want to export them. I go on share-> personnal computer and I've tried almost every setting there. Everytime, it freezes with 5 seconds left.

      When it gets to 5 seconds left, dang. Freeze time! It is like a curse.


      But... what the... it used to work!

      So I searched on the internet and found out that there Adobe Premiere Elements to check everything: Yes, there is enough space on my drive. Yes, the files are on the same hard drive that I try to export (the same folder). Yes I have enough RAM, I did it six time. Yes, I have updated everything I could.

      So, the last thing I tried is to convert into .avi as they say here http://forums.adobe.com/thread/437535?tstart=0 .

      But, when I drag a movie into the timeline, I understand that the little bar above the timeline must be green, but it is still red. And when I try to edit those .avi, it runs slower than with the .mp4, the voice doesn't follow the image and the pixel are huge. Maybe I took the wrong settings for them. What "Project Setting" should I use if I convert the file into .avi file as it says on the url above?

      Thank you!

      (Or if you can tell me how to make it work again with the .mp4 as I use to.)