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Unsupported compression type AV01

Engaged ,
Nov 24, 2021 Nov 24, 2021

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im doing some edits that involve taking footage from youtube

however, when i import them into premiere it tells me they have an unsupported compression type av01

it then only imports the audio, but not  the video.

how can i fix this?

 

it seems to be a new problem that i didn't have before, and it happens with old as well as new youtube material now.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Nov 24, 2021 Nov 24, 2021

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Instead of getting the media from YouTube, go directly to the creator for the files.

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Engaged ,
Nov 26, 2021 Nov 26, 2021

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Bob,  dont  judge without knowing the context. 

my question is about compression types, not ethics.

 

but for your information i am doing everything within my power to be ethical in how i do things if you really want to quiz me about it id be happy to share with you.

but that is for another question.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Nov 26, 2021 Nov 26, 2021

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Usage rights are just one issue of concern when it comes to using YouTube as the soruce for a video edit.

 

That video extracted from YouTube is a low bandwidth, highly compressed delivery format is another.  Even if it's screen recorded and then saved as ProRes, it's still and end-of-workflow format. 

 

Going directly to the creator of the files provides a much, much better chance of getting files that are good for editing.

 

That said, it sounds like you need to convert your current source video to a format that is supported by Premiere Pro. 

 

 

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Nov 26, 2021 Nov 26, 2021

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what im doing essentially is using it for DJ purposes, the actual quality of the video is secondary in this case to the audio.  sure i want it to be as good as possible, but the audio is what matters most.  im using premiere to put it together with the audio files that i have purchased on CD etc...

and i only do this in cases where there is no other recourse available, and i mean no other. in fact there have been times were iv contacted artists and they have pointed me to youtube and said why dont i just download it from there?  the alternative would be them sending me a DVD from the other side of the world, or me purchasing a DVD which in many cases turns out to be as bad or worse quality than the youtube version. (but i still do it where a DVD can be purchased)

but im a bit sensitive to people making these remarks, as they are coming with an assumption that i have not already tried, or are not willing to try every other better recourse first,  which is not the case.  🙂

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