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Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Tutorial: Importing/Capturing a technology use for video capturing



This video tutorial will go over how to import and capture video into Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. Thank you for watching! .

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  1. Bob S here >> Clem – – can you advise the best process of importing video files into CS6 from a DVD, that was made by direct recording from a VHS tape ? DVD plays fine, but the TS vob files do not import into CS6 in any way that I can edit the content. Hope you have a suggestion. Thanks so much

  2. I still have serious problems with capuring from tape (HDV) into Premiere Pro CS6.
    There seems to be no differenec at all between the two buttons "Cancel" an "OK", that appears in the dialouge-window, when I press "stop" to end the capture. Even if I now press "Cancel", the clip is saved (!) as a file on my hard-disc (!). Totally unbelievable. And useless. Just takes up a lot of valubable data-space, for no reason at all.
    It should only be in the "OK"-mode that the clip is saved.
    And when I try to capture again, it says that I can´t change name of the clip!! Idiotic! I can´t even overwrite, but have to start all over again!

    Even when I start capturing a new project, and give the (first) clip a name in the capture box, sometimes the programme alters (cuts down) the name by itself, in the dialouge box, without any reason. And the name is not used already on the disc. Seems not to accept my names! Why?

    I am really dissapointed with CS6 in this respect. My old Premiere 6.5 works much better, without any of this problems.
    And there you could also decide if you just wanted to capture video or just audio!

  3. There are some problems. You named the clips before yuo svade them on the hard-drive, but they are still saved/named as "Untiteld clip xx". Why dosen´t your name show?
    And what happens when the file-names doesent´t correspond on the project and on the hard-drive? The is all the possibility of mistakes and problems with this system.

    Another question: Why can´t you choose to either import only video or only audio? There is a setting för this in the Capture window (in the top), but it´s not active on my computer either.
    It´s just grey. Why can´t I choose to captrure only sound, for instance? Why have they included this function in the first place, if you can´t use it?

  4. Hi, i capture DV/HDV videos from my sony DV deck. When i am capturing a HDV recorded tape, followed all the required settings. It will start capturing but when ever I stop the recording it doesn't bring up the save dialog box but just pauses. Why

  5. CS6 will only import DV when I am logged into the Administrator account. (WIn7) If I try to capture in my own account it will capture, I can hear the audio, but it will NOT show me the video in the capture screen, even if I run CS6 as administrator

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