Problema con Clip e sequenze troppo veloci.

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Buongiorno, ho appena scaricato adobe premiere sul mio pc con processore i7 16gb ram scheda video 4gb. Non riesco a capire come mai importando qualsiasi tipo di file audio o video la riproduzione me la da a scatti e come se fosse velocizzata come potete ascoltare e vedere nel video. Però provando a esportarlo me lo esporta bene. Forse sbaglio qualcosa nel settaggio di qualcosa? Non sono molto esperto. Ho scaricato sul pc pure quick time i codec divx ma niente....qualcuno ha idea? il progetto è in dvcame 1080p 30fp....dove sbaglio? Ho provato a fare di tutto, rendering della sequenza, nuovo progetto, di tutto ma non cambia nulla ho sempre i video accellerati. Succede anche se carico solo un file audio. potreste aiutarmi? Grazie.

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Problema con Clip e sequenze troppo veloci.

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Buongiorno, ho appena scaricato adobe premiere sul mio pc con processore i7 16gb ram scheda video 4gb. Non riesco a capire come mai importando qualsiasi tipo di file audio o video la riproduzione me la da a scatti e come se fosse velocizzata come potete ascoltare e vedere nel video. Però provando a esportarlo me lo esporta bene. Forse sbaglio qualcosa nel settaggio di qualcosa? Non sono molto esperto. Ho scaricato sul pc pure quick time i codec divx ma niente....qualcuno ha idea? il progetto è in dvcame 1080p 30fp....dove sbaglio? Ho provato a fare di tutto, rendering della sequenza, nuovo progetto, di tutto ma non cambia nulla ho sempre i video accellerati. Succede anche se carico solo un file audio. potreste aiutarmi? Grazie.

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Go to Preference > Audio Hardware > Default input set to NONE.

 

Why on earth would you install dvix and you dont need QT.

Never instal a codec pack it can mess up your system.

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Grazie mille, ho risolto. Lei è stato davvero gentile e risolutivo. Volevo chiederle solo l'ultima cosa. Riguardo ai codec divx e a quick time mi consiglia di disinstallarli o lasciarli? In questo momento non mi hanno creato problemi. Grazie

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Simple. The installation of any untested third-party codec may create new (and often severe) problems in Premiere Pro (or any other NLE, for that matter). QuickTime has been notorious for completely shifting gamma values in the rendered video, some of which get transferred over to the exported finmal product (as in, the entire exported image comes out much darker than the original footage).

 

And DiVX software is either completely incompatible or has not been proven compatible with any NLE. It is intended only for simple media players, and not for video editors whatsoever.

 

So, you should uninstall both. Unfortunately, with some of the codec packs the only way to properly uninstall them would be a completely nuclear method: Completely wiping out everything and then reinstall the operating system and any necessary programs from scratch.

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ok Thank you so much

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I also forgot to tell you that QuickTime 7 (the very last version of QuickTime that Apple ever released for Windows) is now no longer supported any more by Apple itself (the originator of the format). The QuickTime format continues to be developed, but all codecs used must be fully 64-bit compliant (which QuickTime 7 never was). Unfortunately, Apple opted to discontinue releasing the newer versions of QuickTime software for Windows, and instead making QuickTime a native part of macOS and iOS instead. And Windows does not support QuickTime video formats without the use of third-party software - but unfortunately, QuickTime 7 conflicts with Adobe's native QuickTime 64-bit support.

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