Premiere Pro CS3 Missing Audio Track

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    • #45076
      AvatarAnonymous
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      I downloaded the trial of Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 to make a video for school. I have avi video clips that play fine, but when I import them I only get the video track – no audio. The audio is encoded with MP3 variable bitrate. Is there any reason that this shouldn’t work? How can I get the audio into Premiere?

      Note: I have tried opening the avi in VirtualDub, exporting the audio as uncompressed WAV, and importing that into Premiere, but then the audio is out of sync with the video.

    • #187852
      Avatarchuckengels
      Participant

      Open the file in virtual dub, export the whole thing (video and audio) as DV-AVI and import that into Premiere.

    • #187853
      AvatarAnonymous
      Inactive

      Thanks! That worked great. 🙂

    • #187854
      Avatarchuckengels
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      Glad to hear it, stop by and visit us at muvipix sometime 🙂

    • #187855
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Chuckengels,

      I have similar problems. I tried using premiere CS3. After importing VDO file from my cam (not HD), i can only see VDO not audio. I tried editing in Window Movie Maker or Nero, and both VDO and audio got imported. How do I get Premiere CS3 to recognize it? My file is MPEG.

      Thank you

      Mik

    • #187856
      Avatarchuckengels
      Participant

      If you can open the file in Windows Movie Maker and all is well, simply use Movie Maker to convert the file to DV-AVI.

      There is a free tutorial on how to do that here http://muvipix.com/products.php?page=3&maincat_id=7&subcat_id=10

      the tutorial is about half way down in the middle.

      You can also convert most mpeg files to DV-AVI using virtualdubmod

    • #187857
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Thank you. It worked

    • #187858
      AvatarAnonymous
      Inactive

      Wow, I can’t believe my luck – this is exactly what I am trying to fix – no audio when importing my AVI file in to Premiere Pro.

      Now, I’m not sure how to export a DV-AVI file from VideoDub… I can’t work out where the DV-AVI setting is. Silly question to be asking but can anyone help please?

      Cheers

    • #187859
      AvatarAnonymous
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      I mean VirtualDub… not Video. DOH!

    • #187860
      Avatarchuckengels
      Participant

      convert the file with Windows Movie Maker, here is a tutorial on how to do it

      http://muvipix.com/products.php?page=3&maincat_id=7&subcat_id=10

      ‘converting from WMV to DV-AVI using Windows Movie Maker’ converting from AVI is the exact same process.

      If you can’t get the file converted with Movie Maker, the codec to choose in Virtualdub is probably called Microsoft DV-AVI

    • #187861
      Avatarnnsk
      Participant

      Problem with importing AVI to Adobe Premier.

      Last time I can import AVI to adobe premier completely (vodeo and sound)

      But now, It only import the video (no sound) even I import the similar file I did last time.

      Anybody can assist me?

      Thanks

      NNSK

    • #187862
      Avatarnmhz
      Participant

      Iam having similar problem – Video but no audio. I tried opening clip in Windows Movie Maker and the opposite occured. Audio but no video. Please help!
      File is a MPG. I have included a screen shot to show the file in Premier Pro

      Help appreciated

      http://img30.imageshack.us/img30/8325/audioz.jpg

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