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compusolver Wrote:

You say everything was fine during capture, but that your problems began when you tried to import into a new project. Is that right?

With Premiere Pro, you have to have a project open to do capture. Therefore, may I assume that everything was fine within the project where the original capture was done?

If that is the case, it would seem that your new project settings must be different from those in the original project. Why not just do a ‘Save As’ to your new project name and work from there? That would ensure the same project settings.

One other thing – I’m sure you noticed that you must set the Hardware settings to indicate which camera you are capturing from. I assume you’ve set this to indicate your new camera??

Actually I did not go into the settings for the new hardware before I captured. I use Roxio software to capture, and that may have been my first mistake, as I like the interface they have. I got this sony icon as an option to capture, and went to town. My other camera is a sony too, so I’ll check that out tonight. Not sure that there is a way to make any physical change.

I believe you can use AP6.5 to capture video, but I’ve never used it. Do you use AP to capture video? Is this even possible?

Thanks for your help, you’ve given me a few more avenues to explore.

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