“Do I need to change settings for working with videos I downloaded from YouTube Adobe Premiere?”
Yes and No. When you download videos from YouTube, you might have to change the format of the video in some instances.
“Note: Premiere Pro CS5 can import FLV files with video encoded using the On2 VP6 video codec; Premiere Pro CS5 can’t import FLV files with video encoded with the Sorenson Spark video codec. As with any unsupported format, transcode the file to a format that Premiere Pro can import.” -From Adobe.com
I am writing this with the impression you already downloaded videos from YouTube. You can leave a comment or use the Ask YaghiLabs if you’re unclear about downloading videos off of YouTube or other streaming formats.
How Can I Change the Format of a FLV Video or Any Other Format
I understand there are different programs you can use to re-encode video files. You are going to learn about a program I use all the time because it’s fast, free and easy. “SUPER©” is the name of the program and the screencast below shows you how to get the program for your self.
How to Use SUPER© to Re-Encode Flash FLV Youtube Videos
Now that you have SUPER© installed, and I assume you have videos downloaded already, the process is simple as drop in video file, select encoding format, and encode.
Depending on your final goal you can play with the settings to get the right output you wish to work with. Remember to read SUPER© websites information. They provide great detail about encoding with the program.
If you put a low quality video in, and try to boost it to “high quality” then all you will get is an “enhanced”(the flaws will stick out more) low quality video. Keep the settings relative to the original video.
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