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- September 11, 2005 at 9:51 AM #38942AnonymousInactive
I have some RealMedia (*.rm) files that I would like to edit. Neither Pinnacle Studio 9.4.3 nor Avid FreeDV 1.6.1 can open these files. Can you suggest another software to work with them – a trial version would be just fine – it’s a one time job- ?
I’m pretty sure Premiere Pro 1.5 will do it. After all, I can export .rm files, so I should be able to import them. You can get the 30-day trial version here: http://www.adobe.com/products/tryadobe/download.jsp?ftpID=2558
Thanks. I’ll give it a try, although I’m not very convinced it will work – after all, Pinnacle exports RealVideo files too -still it can’t open these ones (maybe they’re corrupt or something – but in RealOne they play fine) 🙁
Let me know if it works. Also, I just thought, you could probably download a trial of ProCoder or Sorensen Squeeze and convert the .rm files to .avi if the Premiere thing doesn’t work.
God, I can’t believe I’m doing this just because I’m such a big Elvis fan (it’s all amateur footage I’ve found on the net)!
You’re not alone. I’m converting 20 episodes of Saturday Night Live from .rm to MPEG-4 to watch on my PSP (PlayStation Portable)!!!