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- December 18, 2009 at 6:18 AM #45810nissanParticipant
Need some help
I am using GY HM700 the footage is MPEG-2 (MOV) when I am trying to import files to the Editing software I am getting the error message that the codex is not supported L
What is the best solution sine in Adobe website it is written that MPEG-2 files are supported
- December 18, 2009 at 3:04 PM #189700XTR-91Participant
What version of Adobe Premiere Elements/Pro version are you using, with possible contrary toa newer versionyou researched online? Theoldest version of Premiere that I know of which supports MPEG-2 is version 6.x. You should also check your help file for the support of editing MPEG-2.
BTW, what do you mean by importing “Quicktime MPEG-2 files”, as the title of the thread states? If the format is MPEG-2, then it is a DVD-based video codec that is commonly used with HDD (hard disk drive) and solid state memory camcorders. If the format is Quicktime, then it is an Apple MPEG-4 format. I doubt their is a video encoding system for merging the two formats together.
If your version of Adobe is supposed to support the format, then I’d consider re-installing the program.
- January 10, 2010 at 1:05 PM #189701AnonymousInactive
Maybe that link can help:
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