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  • P Pro CS5 can't read /edius HQ clips

    Just tired to load an Edius 5.5 HQ clip in Premiere Pro CS5. Sound with no video is what I get. And the same with AE CS5.
    Apparently the Adobe products will not recognize the Edius HQ codec.

    Both E 5.5 and CS5 are on the same machine. Can this be fixed?

  • #2
    This is known and they are looking at it right now :)

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    • #3
      They??Are they the same as them:) or Everybody?
      Randy

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      • #4
        just curious:

        the OS is...?
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Paranova Films
          just curious:

          the OS is...?
          I would imagine the OS is irrelevant. I am led to believe that it is because both AECS5 and PProCS5 are 64bit ONLY: therefore all codecs and third-party plugins must also be 64bit apparently. Some thrid-party plugins have been released as 64bit versions to work with CS5, e.g. some but not all Boris FX and MB Looks for instance.

          I hope if "they" are looking at the Canopus HQ codec "they" might look at a Mac OSX decoder/player to make it cross platform.

          That "they" are looking at it is good news though.

          BTW, where does that leave h.264 and mpeg2 out of interest? Do they import?
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          • #6
            The codecs don't have to be 64-bit, Adobe simply chose not to support 32-bit codecs. From a technical perspective, there's no reason why they couldn't have make it work.

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            • #7
              I hope someone fixes it, it would help me quite a bit. I am not holding my breath though.
              Randy

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              • #8
                Yes, the OS would have to be 64 bit because CS5 only supports 64 bits.
                From Adobe's FAQ:

                Does Adobe Premiere Pro still support 32-bit operating systems?
                Virtually all Intel® based Mac computers support 64 bit. Adobe Premiere Pro does not support 32-bit Windows systems with CS5 because offering only 64-bit support enables Adobe to optimize performance significantly and take full advantage of the performance benefits of 64-bit support.

                If you are using a 32-bit version of Windows and purchased a Windows copy of CS5 Master Collection or CS5 Production Premium, Adobe has included a complimentary copy of Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 for you to use until you upgrade to a 64-bit version of Windows Vista® or Windows 7.

                If you are using a 32-bit operating system and purchased a standalone version of Adobe Premiere Pro CS5, you will have to upgrade your operating system to a 64-bit version of the Mac OS or Windows Vista/Windows 7.
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                • #9
                  Sorry, I meant irrelevant whether it was Vista 64 or Windows 7 64 in their various flavours.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by jonsol07
                    Just tired to load an Edius 5.5 HQ clip in Premiere Pro CS5. Sound with no video is what I get. And the same with AE CS5.
                    Apparently the Adobe products will not recognize the Edius HQ codec.

                    Both E 5.5 and CS5 are on the same machine. Can this be fixed?
                    Export to uncompressed. That should work.
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                    • #11
                      CS5 under OS X still supports 32bit QuickTime codecs...because Adobe runs a 32bit handler in the background to access 32bit codecs.

                      Too bad the Windows version doesn't have this.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by THoff
                        The codecs don't have to be 64-bit, Adobe simply chose not to support 32-bit codecs. From a technical perspective, there's no reason why they couldn't have make it work.
                        Originally posted by STORMDAVE
                        CS5 under OS X still supports 32bit QuickTime codecs...because Adobe runs a 32bit handler in the background to access 32bit codecs. Too bad the Windows version doesn't have this.
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                        • #13
                          RE Quicktime this does work under windows as well as Mac os. Obviously Adobe had to write support for Quicktime since so many people use it. Its really just non-64 bit codec AVI files it does not work with, and of the ones I have tried Canopus is the only one that is not right now.
                          It works with uncompressed, variations of MPEG and H264, P2 etc.. I tried Canopus lossless and that did not work either.
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                          • #14
                            Cineform Neo Scene is supported and has 64bit support for their codec - for those needing a solution, it's the only one that is supported right now - used it in Vegas Pro 9 64bit before moving to Edius Neo 2. Brought my clips into Neo 2 and they were seen without issue. I know it's not a native Edius solution, but it does bridge the gap so speak.

                            I'm hoping the people at Grass Valley are working on their own 64bit announcement with Edius 6 - along with10 bit color space and full support of AE Plugin support would be killer IMO - just sayin.
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                            • #15
                              any news on the hq codec with cs5? i really hope there will be a solution soon!

                              thomas

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