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    Default Getting frustrated

    Please help if you can
    I did something and I cannot figure out what, when I capture in 6.5 everything goes right, when I play the vid. back in the time line it drags and skips, if I mute the audio the video is fine, If I double click the video in the bin it is all good... so Tonight the audio and video skips ( a frame will freeze for a split sec.) I know it is something I did because everything was fine at a time. If I use Ulead video studio it plays fine, (I have captured this in both programs to see if it was the vid.) So please help if you can
    THank you
    drkildrum

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    What format did you capture in? Did the exact same video work before? Have you scrubbed the timeline to preview before editing?

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    I am using xp 512 mem. pent. 4 pross. w/106 free space
    these are my settings
    Capture settings

    Mode: video for windows ( or dv/ieee 1394 capture)
    Compressor: n/a
    Frame size: 640x480
    Frame rate: 29.97
    Depth: millions
    Quality:100%
    Pixel aspect: square (1.0)

    Audio
    Sample rate : 44100 hz
    Format: 16bit stereo
    Compressor: uncompressed
    Render : upper first

    Project settings
    Mode: Microsoft avi
    Compressor: n/a
    Frame size: 640x480
    Frame rate: 29.97
    Depth: millions
    Quality:100%
    Pixel aspect: square (1.0

    Audio
    Sample rate : 44100 hz
    Format: 16bit stereo
    Compressor: uncompressed
    Render : upper first

    Export settings:
    Mode: Microsoft avi
    Compressor: n/a
    Frame size: 640x480
    Frame rate: 29.97
    Depth: millions
    Quality:93%
    Pixel aspect: square (1.0

    Audio
    Sample rate : 44100 hz
    Format: 8 bit mono
    Compressor: uncompressed
    Render : upper first



    I did not scrub the time line, this is streight from capture to view.. there are no transitions, it does not matter if my clip is 10 minutes or 45 the quality is the same..

    this is a great site by the way

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    I think therein lies your problem. I've a sneaky feeling your previously captured footage was via Firewire to a DV AVI. Those capture settings you have there (640x480) do not represent firewire capture . As Premiere 6.x doesn't "do" realtime preview, you'll need to scrub the timeline before the video preview properly. Just my two penny's worth!

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    Thank you, but I am using dv now, I thought you only scrub to preview your transitions, this was originally a video cassette, 6.5 would only capture 10 minutes of the video then shut it down so I captured it to my minidv,

    what would you suggest is the ideal settings, and do you know why when it was a cassette it would shut down as well

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    You are correct, I adjusted to dv capture and it is beautiful thank you.
    do you know what I can do to stop 6.5 from stopping the recording when I capture from vcr, so I do not have to keep tapping to minidv

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