LightningCrabz wrote:Since Premiere doesn't have too many options other than DV, I did the usual preset of DV - NTSC Widescreen 48.
Brad wrote:1) Get ahold of a copy of Premiere CS4.
2) Stick with CS5.5, but use 32-bit AVIsynth to bring your footage into VirtualDub, and either clip out specific scenes you want to use (and compress them to a lossless codec), or just convert the entire thing to lossless. Then just bring your footage directly into Premiere. Keep in mind that although CS5.5 is a 64-bit native program, it'll still read 32-bit codecs just fine. It just can't write to them (including Previews). The 64-bit version of UTvideo should work fine for that, though if you can get ahold of it, I like the 64-bit version of Morgan MJPEG, as it's much much speedier.
Brad wrote:(on a personal note, I'd like to say welcome to the Org. I saw that you're pretty new and these are your only 2 posts so far. I'm making it a point to say this because you're actually doing everything right so far in terms of reading the guides, posting for help in a very thorough and intelligible manner, as opposed to being vague and uninterested in researching stuff, as many new editors seem to do. So, it's just nice to see somebody taking the initiative you are!)
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