Post a screen shot of your output settings
The normal Blu-ray settings will output two files, one for video and one for audio. This is the preferred method. Bring both files into Encore.
and how can I bring them !! could u tell me steps!!! ( am new to Adobe)
I had to start replying by thanking you both I appreciate your care
I have no one else to ask in such specialized work and I posted at Adobe's facebook page but no one dare to answer I guess page is undercontrol
so thank you again for being here for me.
> I posted at Adobe's facebook page but no one dare to answer I guess page is undercontrol
I'm the one who told you on the Facebok page to bring your question here. Facebook is a lousy place to have a technical conversation.
> ( am new to Adobe)
I recommend that you begin at the beginning and read through a basic book or watch a basic set of learning videos. There are several options listed here:
I have to second Todd's advice. Premiere Pro is a professional level editor. It's best used by those who have a sufficient understanding of video production in general and NLE editing in particular.
The proper sequence here (as with most things in life) is first learn, then do. It'll be a lot more difficult for you if you try and skip that learning step (or substitute it with these forums).
Oh hello facebook page's admin
look, I said am new to adobe ( i watched some guiding tuts ) to help me recognaize this new software
but am not new to video editing i used to work on final cut pro and I've taken final cut courses ( basics and advanced ) .
and just because I dont have apple I had to switch to adobe but it surprised me (talking about the AE) liked it really and happy to get to know more and more. that's it
Now I still didnt get how could i bring out a blu-ray output with sound active!
yes I am totally with you,
'learn then do' that's right. In this stage( of learning) i just had to CREATE an ad to people.
and shared the problem that i have faced at the very last station in my workflow
I got more than an output THEY ALL WORKS WITH SOUND PERFECTLY
but the one I choosed to have in blu-ray codec with no sound , and I just wanted some one to help me choose the rendering settings that's all !
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Above, Jim Simon answered your question. When you exported the clip as a Blu-ray file you created two files--one video and one audio. Both have to be brought into Premiere.
The images you posted above are clip properties, not output settings.
Based on your replies, it would appear that you need to revisit some editing software terminology basics.
Best of luck!
Thank you very much for clarifying .. things is getting clearer now
okay this is what happened with me:-
I exported .aep as blu-ray
I picked the video file and imported it to premiere
edited the sequences and exported it
The question is if i really didnt bring the TWO Files (Audio and Video), would I hear the sound of the clip while editing !!!
does it make sense !
another Question please, TELL me where can i get the output setings and I'll post it here instead of the wrong ones :$
Nihal, maybe you should take a friendly hint from the folks above ....its time you read the manuals that comes with the software you are using. Todd also gave you links to help educate yourself.
Many Thanks lasvideo. I'll but Is it okay to share the troubles that I may face while working (as am in my educating station and not as expert as all of you)
that's why I joined here actually ..
Kindly allow me to ask u whenever I need help I have no ones else
This forum is here to allow us to help each other, but not necesarily provide private lessons as a substitute for reading the manuls. That is your responsibility.