Adobe Premiere Pro and XVid

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Hi, does anyone use Adobe Premiere Pro 6 and have problems when #1 encoding with XVid and #2 viewing already XVid encoded files. If anyone has a solution please let me know. ?:( reply

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08-12-2004 09:01 PM
Ichise

It locks up on me when I try also reply

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05-14-2005 10:32 AM
LT

Turn the Status window off in Advanced Options/Debugging and it won’t lock up reply

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05-31-2005 12:19 AM
rk

Dude thank you so much, I have been banging my head against the wall the past few days trying to figure out why premiere crashed everytime I tryed to render out using Xvid. I turned off the status window and biggity bam the mutha f*cka started rendering. You rock!


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06-22-2005 11:53 PM
Clintus

LoL, thanks for the feedback :) reply

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07-01-2005 10:50 AM
rk

OMG you rock rk! I’ve never been able to decode XviD movies on premiere until I found this solution by chance.

Thanks a ton. reply

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07-21-2005 03:54 PM
db

Hi!

Hmmm, but where the f**k is advanced option? Or it isint in tryal version of Premiere?

tnx reply

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07-26-2005 03:58 PM
virt

The option they are talking about isn’t in Premiere, it’s in the Xvid encode options. reply

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07-28-2005 08:15 PM
Merk

hi!

tnx :). iv got almost gray for finding that option. reply

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08-01-2005 12:33 PM
virt

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! reply

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08-05-2005 12:47 PM
trex

THANK YOU! ^^ Btw does any1 of you know how to make the audio in Premiere to mp3/Lame or such, the AC3 doesn’t work for some odd reason :o sorry for bad english, hope you got the point ;) reply

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08-14-2005 08:08 PM
X3D

Hi
I have Adobe Premier Pro for XP and i’m running into a compression frustration. I want to compress some video i’ve recorded onto my computer. I recorded it in a simple mpeg 1 format. I’ll import the video into premier then drag it in the video/audio timeline with no problem. Then i’ll go to “export movie” and pick “microsoft avi” so the Xvid codec is a selectable option. I select the Xvid codec,no problem. But When i’m at the audio tab to select an audio compression, i don’t see the “mpeg” option. Only when i export audio only, do i see the mpeg 4 audio compression. Does any of you smart folks know what i’m doing wrong...Thanx reply

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08-18-2005 01:58 PM
Aqeel

The listed fix didn’t work for me because there was no option listed in the Advanced Option/Debug window to turn off the status window. I’m using Xvid 1.0.3. reply

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09-11-2005 11:24 PM
Orekoya

It worked for me. I’m using XVid 1.1-beta2. reply

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09-14-2005 08:21 AM
Geddeth

I was able to drop in an xvid encoded file, but the audio was out of sync. (Variable bit-rate [VGR]vs. constant bitrate [CBR]) I had to re-encode it to an mpeg file using the instructions here -- http://www.videohelp.com/forum/userguides/140703.php. Once encoded as mpg then the sound and video synced and looked fine reply

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09-21-2005 10:00 PM
MikeG

thanks RK it’s been weeks i’ve been trying :) reply

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10-22-2005 09:34 AM
mick000

I’m trying to download an .avi movie onto adobe premiere but everytime I click 'Import' it says 'Unable to open that file. File uses an unsupported compresion format'

Can anyone please help? reply

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11-27-2005 12:37 PM
Tifa

omg thank you so much for this =D reply

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12-29-2005 03:00 PM
kobe

I’m having problems with the monitor that previews the edited material using Xvid. Also the source monitor is having some slight problems, like not showing the picture while jogging. Any help? reply

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01-18-2006 09:57 AM
OswaldoWolfie

Glad I found this I sat with that darn window on for ages before killing Premiere. I tried Xvid because DivX will not render right from prem pro 7 or 1.5, but I now have an answer for that problem as well :D reply

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02-07-2006 07:00 PM
creeduk

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