If the answer is yes, why not?
Welcome to the forum.
Are you experiencing OOS (Out Of Sync) issues?
If so, what are the full specs. of your Source Footage, and how are you ingesting that into PrPro?
What is your Sequence settings?
Good luck, and please let us know a bit more.
Is it because Kodak have gone bankrupt?
The source footage is MP4 video 274 MB in size. I imported it into PPro in the progect window on the left. Then draged it onto the timeline window on the bottom in the particular spot that I want it in. When I play that clip is out of sync. The rest of my edited video is fine. I have never had this type of problem before. As you can tell I am not a guru in PPro. Hope to be one day.
OK, you do have OOS, and thanks for clarifying that. I was not sure if you were just questioning, prior to using footage, or were experiencing an issue.
First, I have seen quite a bit of OOS with the Kodak cameras, but most have been in the consumer NLE, Premiere Elements. There are dozens of Kodak posts there, and some might be useful to you. The programs have some similarities, but obviously, also differences.
Next, this ARTICLE might provide some helpful tips, but it is ALWAYS best to find the cause for OOS, and correct that before Import, rather than correct it on the Timeline, if at all possible.