O did I forgot to mention this is a 30 day trial?
OK, you did post a new thread.
First, the trial will support nothing MPEG, in either Import, or Export - nothing. That is a limitation of the trial.
This ARTICLE will give you tips on the necessary info, for us to offer any help, beyond the above statement on the limitation of the trial.
You can use DV-AVI files and can Export to any supported format, so long as it is NOT MPEG. Other than that limitation, you can do everything else in PrPro.
Also, can you clarify this statement, as I am just not following:
I take them out of space
Good luck, and hope that helps,
That was done on the last trip with the Challenger.
You know when you try to find things you go to search or find right? Draging my files out of space means I took the files from the find and I put them in a folder on the desktop. Sometime it doesn't tell you where your work is. But perhaps your right. If your doing a 30 day trial you can't export your movies at all.
But perhaps your right. If your doing a 30 day trial you can't export your movies at all.
This is not totally correct. One CAN Export to many, many different formats, but just NOT MPEG-anything. If you Import, say DV-AVI Type II's, you can Export to a myriad of formats from the trial. You just cannot choose anything MPEG. That is the one limitation of the trial.
Also, Adobe offers a 30-day, money-back guarantee, if you buy PrPro. If you do not like it, or it does not work for you, just return it, within 30-days, and you get your money back. With the full-paid version, there is no limitation, with MPEG, or anything else.
Also, depending on what you are using in your Find, there should also be a Path listed. That will be the location of your files. Also, once you have Imported these into PrPro, you can go to the Project Panel, Rt-click on it, and Locate in Bridge. That will Open Bridge and go to your file. Look in the Panel to the left for the tree to see exactly where it's located. I also think that in CS4, you can get the full Path from the Properties Panel, but check me out on that.