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What formats are supported in HD? How can i get mpeg and AVI to load in HD7.4? What if any vid editor should be used along side with PT.?
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Typically any video format that can be opened with Quicktime will work in Pro Tools. With Avid hardware, such as the Mojo SDI or V|10, you can also use Avid video formats.
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Well i have mpeg and AVI files i am opening in QT but PT wont open them. Any lists of supported formats?
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What format and codec are those mpeg and AVI files?

What happens when you try to open them in Pro Tools?
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Ok It looks like the AVI is working now. I will try a Mpeg2 later
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