I have two forms of media -- One is a HD format M2TS from a Canon HG10, while the other is a simple point and shoot digital camera that has video format available. Although when I am editing these two I use the preset for the HD footage which edits perfectly, although the point and shoot camera will add in and can edit it well enough -- though it is choppy, when I go to render it and view the completed file, the HD footage is flawless and runs smooth, although whenever the video from the point and shoot footage is in frame, that part of the video skips and is choppy.
I figured the preset and format would prevent smooth editing, but would render properly. How can I solve this? Thanks
Point and shoot cameras come in a great variety of formats. Try to convert it first to a standard Premiere compatible format before putting it in your Premiere project.
How can I solve this?
Don't use a still camera to shoot video, even if it can.
I wish Adobe would add a tool like G-Spot to analize video.
Then it could suggest ways to convert it to make it more editable for Premiere .
They could follow all the new formats and make small updates for the program to keep people up to date on new formats.