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2007 July 5th, 03:31
Can Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 join small HDV clips (mpg or m2t) into a large clip ? I mean just joining and nothing else.
If not, are there any software that can do the job ?
Thanks in advance.
2007 July 5th, 06:17
you bet ya
2007 July 5th, 08:36
Hi, johnrbarnes1990, I don't quite understand your reply, could you tell me more explicitly please ?
2007 July 5th, 09:26
When you say ''join clips together'' do you mean adding two clips into one? or simply adding a clip right after a previous one????
Dont quite understand
2007 July 5th, 09:37
Hi johnrbarnes1990, I am sorry I didn't make my question more clearly in the first place.
I mean adding many clips into a big one. I used to using Movie Joiner to join such as avi, mpg etc. But it doesn't support HDV.
Appreciate you answer.
2007 July 5th, 13:02
Of course you can use Premiere to join several m2t clips together. However, when you export to the final .m2t, PPro will re-render each frame to produce the output thus lossing one generation of image quality.
I use another program called Womble MPEG Wizard which allows you to trim and join clips with direct stream export.
2007 July 5th, 17:48
Yes, as Taky said. There is no doubt in my mind that Premiere Pro will be able to support HDV imports :D
2007 July 5th, 22:15
Thank you Taky. Yes, I don't want to re-render the clips when joining them.
I will look at the program Womble MPEG and have a try on it.
And also thank you johnrbarnes1990 for your reply.
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