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The typical WMM test file caused the same old problems as originally described. I just thought I might find somebody here with the magic potion. I suspect this is a x64 codec issue with the Canopus.
svi Hide search and browse box. Canopus used a proprietary wrapper, though the payload of those files are pretty much standard DV Are you sure you want to exit? When I go to close PP, i get this message:. Now fluid scrubs in a sequence via right click, Col. Not sure way but again it has to do something with.
Comment by plenty of ai dating site of free dating I’m getting very frustrated with it all since these are the only format i have my clips in, so i’d really appreciate any assistance! So the captured files will be DV.
Originally Posted by pippas. Does anyone have experience with this workflow and this problem? I’ve also tried to run the canopus dv file converter on a PC to convert them into quicktime files but the application says it can’t open my files, no idea why! The PP capture files were captured from the Canopus as well, reported as a “generic device” in the PP capture window.
That’s a question for someone else. I seem to recall that you need to have the Canopus codec loaded on to your PC. I am working on a documentary that I started in It works on bit and bit Windows. See if you can change to 48k source.
Is the solution software or hardware? Jul 24, File size: How to record anything on your screen using th Correct Answers – 10 points. This was an intrinsic part of installing the card. I have now bought a Mac and am learning Final Cut with the Express package.
Posted on Aug 17, 5: Last edited by LMotlow; 8th Nov at Canopus DV Converter app Windows only: RSS feed for comments on this post. It was truly informative. Have you updated to the most current version of CS6? Haven’t loaded them into CS6 yet.
I’m thinking now the problem lies with audio encoding in Windows Movie Maker. After you select your source AVI, click “Process”.