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    Default Video Capture is squiggly

    I'm sorry this is going to be an easy answer.

    I live in Moscow Russia and had a "proffesional" film a musical that I directed. He then proceeded to try and charge me twice that we agreed on. In the end I payed him what we agreed on he handed me the mini dv tapes and left. I have 2 mini dv tapes from his sony..something i don't know it was a good camera not hd though. I thought this is easy i'll pop it into my sony handycam and then edit it in my adobe premeire pro 2.0 but as the title of this thread implies.

    I can't get get premiere to import the video at all.

    Windows movie maker gets it but it looks all squiggly and choppy

    I'm guessing that it's too high of resolution? Or FPS? or something like that. I was hoping somewhere there might be a chance that I could get it onto my computer?

    What do i have to do?

    thank you!

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    Sounds like it was recorded in DVPRO format, you need a DVPRO camera or player to capture from
    Last edited by Chuck Engels; 03-17-2008 at 07:45 PM. Everything you wanted to know about Premiere Elements and more

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