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Spelter
Jul 18, 2007
Are you puissant?

Ninja fetus posted:

Just tried MKVtoolnix. I'm still running into the problem that Adobe Premiere will NOT import the extracted files. I now have an .h264 and a .dts file. These are not supported. Basically I'm looking for something that extracts and converts both video and audio to something that I can use in Adobe Premiere without losing (a lot of) quality. I'm not sure if something like this exists.

You may need to repackage the raw H.264 stream into a .MP4 file, which is the normal container format for H.264. Not many apps will accept raw H.264 but they are normally OK with MP4 files. You can do this with MP4Box - http://gpac.wp.mines-telecom.fr/mp4box/ or straight from the MKV with Mkv2Mp4 - http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=163050.

Unfortunately I've never heard of being able to package DTS audio in an .MP4 file. You probably will have to decode the audio to PCM or re-encode it to AAC in order to package it in the same .MP4 file.

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