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Posted: Mon, 13th Sep 2004, 9:28am

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Absolut

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Hi!
I don´t know if I am in the right forum, but: When I have made a clip in AlamDV, and exported it uncompressed, and then put it in to Premiere Pro, I can not do anything with the clip in there. Why? I mean I can´t for example change the light in the clip, I can´t make it in slowmotion, I can´t put another clip on another track and use opacity. Everytime I do something to the clip, it gets black. Why?confused

NIX
Posted: Mon, 13th Sep 2004, 2:22pm

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Klut

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hmmm, I have only used premiere when I'm at my friend's comp, so the only thing I know is that this was wierd. Mabye something to do with codecs...
Posted: Mon, 13th Sep 2004, 2:55pm

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theone

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this should help you:
here
Posted: Mon, 13th Sep 2004, 7:15pm

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Absolut

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Thank you, biggrin but my problem was not that the clip is black all the time in Premiere. It only becomes black when I try to do something with it. Like effects and so on.

NIX (learning) eek
Posted: Mon, 13th Sep 2004, 9:00pm

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theone

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then i don't know more than you do.
nonetheless i would suggest trying the same technic on this problem as the root of the problem may be similar.
Posted: Mon, 13th Sep 2004, 10:20pm

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Evman

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did you try holding the "alt" key whilst scrubbing through the timeline with the mouse? That shows what it will look like rendered.