Adobe Encore help -I place my clip on the timeline but the Monitor does not show the clip?

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by homeVideo, Dec 23, 2004.

  1. homeVideo

    homeVideo Guest

    I can play the clip on the Projects asset but when I placed it in the
    timeline the Monitor window does not play or show the clip. Can someone

    homeVideo, Dec 23, 2004
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  2. Likely remedy: Render the timeline.
    Cause: The clip may not match the parameters of the project settings.
    Richard Crowley, Dec 23, 2004
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  3. homeVideo

    and after Guest

    I can play the clip on the Projects asset but when I placed it in the
    You have run across the inadequacies which is Adobe Premiere. Will
    play in project window but not timeline. Hopefully you didn't pay too
    much for that program.

    The flaw Adobe has is that is does not support the two most common
    formats in the world on the internet. MPG and DIVX AVI's.

    Adobe will not nativly support MPG. Go here:
    MainConcept MPG Pro plug in will cost you $250 USD

    Next, AVI's in DIVX form will also give you the same problem. Go out
    and pick up a program called VIRTUAL DUB. Use this program to convert
    DIVX AVI over to regular DV AVI.

    If you are not happy with shelling out more money, voice your concers
    to Adobe. If no one complains, they have no reason to change a flawed
    and after, Dec 23, 2004
  4. homeVideo

    Cory Guest

    You sure you can't just click on the Timeline tab and double click the
    correct timeline to open the monitor window?

    Cory, Dec 23, 2004
  5. Premiere supports anything you have a codec installed for.
    Premiere doesn't "natively" support ANY codec.
    You might want to study how these things work before making
    such remarkable pronouncements in public again.

    OTOH, note that the OP was asking about Encore, not Premiere.
    I made the same mistake in a previous response to this question.
    Without additional details, it is hard to tell what the OP is doing
    or offer any suggestions.
    Richard Crowley, Dec 23, 2004
  6. homeVideo

    PTRAVEL Guest

    First mistake: he posted about Encore, not Premiere, but you're still wrong
    with regard to either.

    I don't know about DIVX -- I edit videos, not pirate them. However, both
    Premiere and Encore most certainly DO support mpg.

    Oh, you want to encode to mpeg. Premiere 6.5 came with the Main Concept
    encoder. Premiere Pro supports it without a plugin. Encore authors DVDs --
    it produces VOBs and disk images, not mpegs.
    AVI is just a file wrapper. What's an "avi in DIVX form"?

    Premiere and Encore have flaws, but nothing you've described is one of them.
    PTRAVEL, Dec 25, 2004
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