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Editing in Adobe Premiere CS4

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  • #44473

    bozu
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    Is it possible to edit DV and AVCHD simultaneously within the same project in Adobe Premiere CS4? I understand that it is two different resolutions, but is it possible?

  • #186243

    pseudosafari
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    Yep. You should be able to just drag them into the timeline. The resolutions are different, of course, but I still stretch them to fill the screen most of the time and it looks okay in the end. The only issue is whether you have the right codec to decompress the footage and get Premiere Pro to recognize it in the first place. If you can open the DV footage in Premiere Pro at all, you should be able to mix and match all you want.

  • #186244

    pseudosafari
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    Ahhh, found it. This is composite1’s post. The link to the video is in there, showing the editing with the GPU accelleration.

    http://www.videomaker.com/community/forums/topic/sneak-peek-at-mercury-playback-engine#post-56406

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