Are the interpretation rules only applicable to Premiere Elements? I expected that Premiere pro users etc would be more likely to have experianced this feature?
I thought this forum was for all versions of Premiere?
This is the third recent post on the Interpretation Rules.txt file. Not sure what is happening, but it seems that there are many posters using a bunch of non-standard formats.
Maybe the best thing would be to use a conversion program to get things into order first, and then Import.
Thanks for your thoughts.
Personally I would have thought the format wasn't that rare, it's a typical Panasonic mpeg camera, one of the earlier ones. But perhaps the majoroty of people that use Adobe gernally have DV equipment or much more recent, higher spec MPEG recorders.
From your comments and feedback so far, it's looking pretty hopeless. I'll give it another week before I purchase some editing software, but it's looking like Adobe isn't going to work or offer advise. It's a shame that their on help files explain about this issue and how to resolve it, but give no examples and I can't get it to work.
I think we indicated in your other thread, Jez, that Premiere Elements is only capable to working with standard frame sizes, frame rates and codecs.
I really don't think taht 704x576 clip is going to work in this software.
From your comments and feedback so far, it's looking pretty hopeless. I'll give it another week before I purchase some editing software, but it's looking like Adobe isn't going to work
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