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i have a sony dcr-dvd92 which burns footage directly onto a mini dvd. i use dvd-rw. the problem is that i export the footage from my camera using nero and save the footage into a folder, then i go into adobe P. Pro 1.5 and import the file. this file appears on the project screen, and i have to insert the footage onto the timeline! before i render i can preview the footage on a monitor and im able to see the footage as well as hear the audio (it just looks bad), then i go to render the work area and once rendered i am only able to see the footage with no audio!!! i cannot figure out whats going on! What am i missing? i also have adobe premiere 6.0 and it does the same thing except on 6.0, i can right click it and i have two options: render work area, and render audio. but if i click render audio, nothing happens and im left with rendered work with no audio! if anyone has any answers, please let me know!!
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sell the dvd camera and get a mini dv one!
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YEA!! Great advice!! i loved it!! i appreciate ur time
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im serious about that, premeiere doesnt work with MPEG videos (the auido sounds like a endless beeep whenever i try to do it,) and you shouldnt want to be using a dvd video camera anyway, since they are 26 times less the quality of a DV camera.

ok i do other solutions to the problem....

1. Check adobes website, they might have a plugin that allows MPEG videos to work.

2. Convert the MPEG video to an avi or wav file, then use the audio from that and remove the audio from the MPEG file on the premiere timeline and add the avi or wavs audio!
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oh yeah forgot to add the programs that convert it,,, virtual dub, or google.com search for mpeg to avi.
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