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Ahh, sorry for the difficulties
The site sometimes has issues
were you able to see what I put?
No I'm afraid not....but as you can see I got this answer
Sorry for the delay, had a little trouble myself.
So, the prproj files that you have are just adobe project save files
they don't actually contain any video
they just contain the state of the project you were working on when you saved it.
what edits had been made, transitions applied, effects, etc...
OK. I understand. But I want to use the final edit and change it, so I think I may have to access the Adobe files
there isn't a way to do that
So that means I have to start from scratch?
the project files are specific to the program and I have never heard anything about converting project files between video editors
Just wondered if I could find someone with Adobe who could export the project in a different format
the newer versions do actually have the ability to a certain degree it looks like
but you have to export the save in a specific manner
so the program is saving in an industry standardized fashion for other editors to open.
OK. so back to the drawing board.
what exactly are you needing to do?
I have an hour long movie of a concert I presented in Japan with one of the orchestras and which has subtitles.
I need to chop bits out, but this needs some fundamental modifications
hmm, I assume you still have the original video files?
I do, and all the other logos and subtitles etc., that I added in
i see, well, it looks like from CS5 forward, Premier has xml output ability which final cut pro should open.
you can sign up for a month of Adobe's Creative Bundle to get access to their software.
Adobe's software can be used on a Mac as well.
Adobe Creative Suite 5
it includes Premier
Ah, OK thanks.
I think that is us finished.