- March 30, 2012 at 7:04 pm
When I bring in Canon DSLR media into a project, I cannot access it right
away. I see in the far lower right corner on the timeline it says
CONFORMING, and goes through all the clip names.
What’s happening here?
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- March 30, 2012 at 7:07 pm
Like FCP or ProTools, audio needs to be all in the same bit and sample rate in order to be able to mixed together. Whereas FCP would wait until you wanted to play a timeline and then render the audio needed (remember the BEEP BEEP BEEP?), Adobe Premiere (like ProTools) just conforms all audio to the same, 48khz, 32-bit filetype upon import so you don’t have to wait when you want to play it back in the timeline.
There’s plenty of information about this out there, if you need more just search the forums.
- March 30, 2012 at 10:08 pm
There’s information about conformed audio and indexed MPEG video here:
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