tried getting this to work in Premiere pro cs6 or premiere element but it wouldn't accept this avi video file. When importing the avi file to either application, the file is imported but it shows up as an audio with no video. The video does play just fine in Windows Media Player. The file is archived as an avi file from a lorex dvr system with a codec IMM4. It is encrypted with the date and time which is very important to maintain.
I have tried the following, but same problem of no video, only sound persists.
Download the latest 32-bit static build of FFmpeg from here: Zeranoe FFmpeg - Builds
Open the archive; you'll probably need 7-Zip since the archive is a .7z file. Extract the [url removed, login to view] file in the archive (it's in the "bin" folder) to the folder containing your AVIs.
Create a text document (Notepad is fine) called "[url removed, login to view]" (no quotes) in the same folder as the AVIs, making sure to change the default TXT extension to BAT.
Paste the following into the BAT file:
for %%a in (*.avi) do ffmpeg -i "%%a" -vcodec copy -acodec copy -f mp4 -y "%%~na".mp4
Once you save the BAT file, double-click it; your AVIs will be rewrapped to MP4s without any conversion. The MP4s will correctly import into Premiere Pro.
I would appreciate anyone's insight on this matter.
The attached is the GSpot report on the file, the codec & file.
I NEED TO BE ABLE TO EDIT IT IN ADOBE PREMIERE OR ELEMENT WITH THE CODED Time & Date Stamp.
DO NOT BID, unless you know a work around. I will test workaround before I release milestone and it needs to be done withing 24 hours.