Do a search for K-Lite. Many posts on how to get rid of it. Usually a reformat and reinstall of OS & programs.
hi harm, thank you for the response.
Harm, I have heard that K-Lite might not be the cause here.
That this media encoder problem can be solved without removing K-Lite.
I would not prefer removing it as it has improved my export quality.
Do you have any other suggestions
To err is human (like Adobe's suggestion to install K-Lite), to really foul up requires a computer (with K-Lite installed).
What are your hardware specs, what export settings for the AVI from what source material (codec) with what sequence settings?
I use uncompressed avi but are there any better file formats? I never have to log in. I only use 32 bit. It renders now at an appro
priate speed but it looks like there is a loss of color/ quality. The original file was an avi file so it should look the same. Any
AVI is just a container. It can contain all kinds of stuff. PR likes MS DV AVI type2, but really hates DivX, XVid, and similar delivery formats. What codec is used in your AVI. Use G-Spot to determine that.
Thanks. Now, are you talking about rendering or importing files? I will render the same avi clip as quicktime or H.642 and still hav
e a lower quality clip. Do I have to convert the video file into a different forma before I import it into Premiere pro? Thanks again.