Importing iPhone footage - variable framerate

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I just did an improvised two-camera shoot using iPhones. I had planned to do the editing in Adobe Premiere Elements, but when I imported the footage I discovered the audio and video went out of sync after just a couple of minutes. After some research, I discovered that was happening because iPhones use a variable frame rate, which Adobe Premiere cannot cope with.

So I thought I'd give Camtasia a shot - Camtasia Studio handled the footage like a champion! It was able to import and work with the footage flawlessly! It is much faster than Adobe Premiere, and the audio noise reduction is far superior to Premiere's built-in noise reduction (NewBlue). I've been using Camtasia Studio for a couple of years now, and continue to be impressed and surprised over and over at what a truly excellent video editing product it is.

My main suggestion at this point would be to add the ability to adjust brightness, contrast, and saturation of video. That is the only feature I still need for my current video editing project. Thank you TechSmith!
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Fred Bidwell

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  • super happy!

Posted 7 years ago

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Logan S.

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Hey Fred,

Thanks for the feedback! Glad we were able to help you get that task accomplished. We also appreciate the feature suggestions!

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