Updating flip video files
***** For For instructions on using the Field Options dialog, see "Importing and adding media / Working with aspect ratios and field options /Set field options for imported interlaced video" in the Adobe Premiere Elements Help. Codecs are algorithms for compressing video and audio data. For example, an AVI file can be encoded with the DV codec, a commercial codec (such as Div X), a Motion JPEG codec, among others.
(Camcorders that record to mini DV tapes use the DV codec.
Standard-definition files appear blurry if you use them in a high-definition project.Or, you can transcode it into a different format (for example, transcode a VOB file into an AVI file).To preserve image quality when you transcode a video file, choose an uncompressed or low-compression output option in your transcoding software.If Adobe Premiere Elements freezes, closes, or returns an error when you try to import or play a video, see Troubleshoot File Formats and Codecs.Error messages include "Unsupported audio rate in file" or "This type of file is not supported, or the required codec is not installed." If you are working with MPEG-2 or VOB files, files recorded with a digital still-image camera or an ultra-compact tapeless camcorder, or video files purchased from an online media store, see Notes About Specific Kinds of Video Files. After you complete each solution, test the playback of your imported video files in Adobe Premiere Elements.