The AVI Import Plug-in Update resolves a problem when using 29.97 fps video in Adobe Premiere. The AVI import plug-in, included in Premiere 4.2, causes the last frame of a clip to duplicate once per 1000 frames contained in the source file. If the untrimmed clip is placed in the Construction Window, the duplicated frames appear in the video track and are compiled into output movies. Installing the update prevents the duplicated frames from occurring.
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Adobe Premiere 4.2 for Windows
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To install the AVI Import Plug-in Update, replace the existing D-VFW.PRM file with the updated D-VFW.PRM file:
1. Exit Adobe Premiere.
2. Locate the existing D-VFW.PRM file in the Premiere\Plugins folder, and move it to another location on your hard drive.
3. Move the updated D-VFW.PRM file into the Premiere\Plugins folder.
4. Restart Adobe Premiere.
This update is compatible only with Premiere 4.2 for Windows; a separate update for Premiere 4.2 LE for Windows is available from Adobe's Web site at http://www.adobe.com/.
This update corrects only the problem listed above; if you experience other problems when using Premiere, please contact Premiere Technical Support. For information on using the AVI Import Plug-in, see page 33 in the Adobe Premiere 4.0 User Guide for Windows.
The D-VFW.PRM file is dated 08/16/97 and has a file size of 35,840 bytes.
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