Every time I try to drag a video to after effects(cs4), I get the following error: After Effects error: overflow converting ratio denominators. ( 17 :: 18 ).
In the beginning I thought that maybe changing the avi files to mpg would solve this problem, because I have two videos that are mpg-s and they work fine, so I downloaded one program, changed the file, but
it didn't work.
Then I searched help from Google and what I found was that I had to right click on the video , then interpret footage and then main. Below the frame rate was two options. 1) Use frame rate from file:(23, 970)
2)Conform to frame rate: 23,97 frames per second.
According to help I found from Google I had to select the option number two. The video worked fine, but...the video became shorter, half of the video was just gone.
So, what should I do? Is there a way to get a video to it's original length, or is there some other way to get off this error so I don't have to use that way, what I found from Google.
P.S. Sorry, if my English is bad
What do you mean when you say that half of your video was gone? Is it possible that it just extends past the end of your composition? If so, simply make your composition longer.