My Quicktime video (screen recorded) will import to Adobe Premiere at half the speed. Is there a way I can format the file to be compatible with Premiere? Or should I search for alternative screen recording software that would work with my mac and not cause problems upon import? This is really frustrating, considering it hinders my workflow. Please let me know of possible solutions that would be great.
Premiere may be misinterpreting the frame rate of the clip. Try selecting it in the project panel and choosing Modify>Interpret Footage and then manually enter a new frame rate if you know what it should be (probably 60fps).
Make sure Default Input in the Audio Hardware in the Preferences is set to No Input.
If the footage is variable framerate convert to constant framerate with Handbrake before bringing into Premiere.
Where would you find the variable frame rate for the footage? Is that in properties on Mac?
Now in Treeview please.
It will not let me view in Tree
This is the problem:
Back to my original post: If the footage is variable framerate convert to constant framerate with Handbrake before bringing into Premiere.
Handbrake is converting rn. Wish this method didn't take so long (my footage is two and a half hrs)
I've run into yet another problem. When I use handbrake to encode the video, the end product comes out as a document instead of a video. This is especially frustrating because I've already waited two hours for it to convert, only for it to not be in the correct file format.