Problem with MJPEG clips in Premiere Pro CS5

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Problem with MJPEG clips in Premiere Pro CS5

Postby Bauzi » Thu Apr 14, 2011 5:04 am

This is a nasty problem, because it slowed down my editing during an IC :?

Alright:
When I import a 1280x720 full length MJPEG encode of a movie (for proxy editing) into Adobe Premiere Pro CS5. Premiere Pro interprets the .avi as black still image. :?

When I import this sucker via AVS-script, I get a video with the proper duration, but everything is black.

MJPEG should work, because I also made short test clips and they worked as they should. Months ago I also used it with 1080p files in a project with CS5 and everything worked fine. Those files were 2 feature length movie encodes.


First I had MJPEG 3 on my system, but I upgraded to MJPEG 4. Same problem. :dino:


Any ideas?
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Re: Problem with MJPEG clips in Premiere Pro CS5

Postby post-it » Thu Apr 14, 2011 4:48 pm

Bauzi wrote:.. Adobe Premiere Pro CS5. ..
if its a 64-bit system, you might want to update to
a Mjpeg 64 bit version. As silly as that may sound,
a lot of message boards are currently having the
same issues with Mjpeg and 64-bit Huffy too.
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Re: Problem with MJPEG clips in Premiere Pro CS5

Postby Pwolf » Fri Apr 15, 2011 4:52 am

does it playback fine in windows media player (or anything not vlc)?

Sounds like a decoder issue with mjpeg.
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Re: Problem with MJPEG clips in Premiere Pro CS5

Postby post-it » Fri Apr 15, 2011 1:52 pm

Pwolf wrote:.. a decoder issue with mjpeg ..
do they even make the 64-bit-Mjpeg codec anymore??
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