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GoPro video files are basically the old Cineform Neoscene. GoPro bought them out. Cineform files have always worked in Premiere. I use them right in Premiere without any conversion. It is batter than the DSLR format. I convert all my Canon footage to the GoPro code before editing. Just make your own preset and save it.
What you want to do is make a sequence with the same frame size as your source file (in Premiere and other NLEs your project doesnt have a specific frame size, as you can have multiple sequences with different frame sizes in one project) Open Premiere and Start a new Project (File > New > Project) Give the project a name and click ok (dont worry about any ...
Depending on your version of Premiere, there should actually be a speed adjustment from the context menu when you right click on the clip. It may be under a sub-menu depending on version, but it will give you the option of either a % to increase/decrease the speed by or a new time that you want the clip to take.
Work with submixes A submix is a track that combines audio signals routed to it from specific audio tracks or track sends in the same sequence. A submix is an intermediate step between audio tracks and the master track. Submixes are useful if you want to work with a number of audio tracks in the same way. For example, you can use a submix to apply identical ...
This might be better suited as a comment to your original post, but alas I do not yet have those privilegies. Anyway, my answer to you would be a cliché one: Keep tinkering. It's really a matter of finding out what effects Premiere can offer, deciding which will be able to assist you the most and then going back and forth between them until you find a ...
Hey try the audio effect Fill left or Fill right! (I use a zoom h4n and have to constantly do that ) http://www.mediacollege.com/adobe/premiere/pro/audio/fill.html ! Happy editing! (remember fireballs always make video better!)
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