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    Photos Won't Show Up On Dvd Production

    I originally converted these files from an NEF format to JPEG using ACDsee photo editing program and then onto Videowave. From Videowave I went to MyDVD and, then started editing and adding some photos there. That's where I'm having problems since the DVD on playback is showing some photos and not others. In Creator version 9, I would be able to go back too Videowave from MyDVD and Videowave would reflect the updated edits. Not so with Creator 10, I see. Bummer since this means I'll have to go redo the production in Videowave, meaning more editing hours time and the go back to MyDVD I guess. Unless there is something else I can do in MyDVD? Thanks.
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    Photos Won't Show Up On Dvd Production

    Thanks. I did forget to mention that the photos were RAW files then converted to JPEGs. The size of those files may be the problem indeed! I'll downsize them and try that out.
  3. Hi all. I am putting together a video using both photos and video shot on a Nikon D7100. For unknown reasons, the photos are not displaying when playing back the dvd video Has anyone else run into this problem. This is the first production using the Nikon D7100 photos which were rendered into JPEGs using ACDsee Pro6. The photos show up on the timeline in Videowave and I can set the duration for each in the production. The video itself shot on the D-7100 was converted from a MOV file to a MPEG4 format. I'm editing on a Alienware Aurora Desktop, 6GB 1333Mhz DDR3; overclocked Intel Core i7, 1.8 GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 250 GDDR3 and Windows 7 Home Premium. the photo size range from 4 mbs to 8. Problem right there perhaps? And, is there a reason why, after editing further in MyDVD, that that production won't write over the Videowave production so that I can further edit on the latter, unlike Roxio Creator? Suggestions/recommendations? Thanks.
  4. Hi. Sorry for the delay in response. Here are my computer specs: Alienware Aurora Desktop circa 2010. 6 GB Triple Channel DDR3; Overclocked Intel Core i7980 Extreme 6C; Single 1.8 GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260 GDDR3; 640 GB SATA -II 3gs/s 7200 RPM, 16 MB cache HDD; Overclocked Intel Core 1; Windows 7 Home Premium, 65 bit. I have tried to "capture" the video first through Media import but, for some reason, the program won't import video coming from an SD card. Thanks.
  5. I'll update Quicktime now and look into "Any Video Encoder." My understanding is that the MOV file is really an MP4 file but don't why it's acting like an AVI file in Videowave: difficult to edit. Thanks for the suggestions.
  6. Can anyone tell me why a Nikon MOV file is giving a "heky jerky" effect when running In Videowave? Do I need to code it as an MPEG2 file first and if so, how? Thanks!
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    Avcdh To Avi?

    Reinstalled the program and same situation. After I import the MTS file from the Sony cam and then attempt to use it in Videowave as in scene detect, I get the same message "The file format cannot be scene detected! Please transcode it and then use the transcoded file to detect scenes." Any other suggestions? Thank you.
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    Avcdh To Avi?

    Will do! Let me ask you again, Did you have any problems bringing the MTS files I sent you into Videowave and then being to edit it? Did Videowave first ask you to convert the file first? I was never offered that opportunity in Videowave and when I attempted to "Scene Detect" the file to break it up into segments, the program promptly crashed. I'll reinstall it and then try the same procedure in Videowave. Hope I get a different resujlt?
  9. apcipriano

    Avcdh To Avi?

    Jim. I will try that suggestion and let you know. Thanks. Tony
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    Avcdh To Avi?

    Hi. I was offline for a few days. Interesting you can use the Sony MTS files with no problems in Videowave. Just the presence of an MTS file in the Media Window seems to cause this program to crash. I recorded the Sony images at the "at 1080/60i and bit rate is 24 mps. That's the default setting on this cam but you're able to use the video which is strange. I can integreate the Panasonic video into Timeline but not the Sony AND there's no conversion request when I chose a Sony panel, unlike the Panasonic. This has to be a setting issue somewhere in the Roxio program. then. If this doesnt work out, I'll have to change to a brand new editing suite like Vegas I guess. The computer is certainly up for the task, hardware wise. Any other suggestions? Thanks.
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    Avcdh To Avi?

    In running the video, did you find it ran slowly? I have audio by the way and that's fine. I used the "Any Video Converter" program. It worked as far as being able to put it on the Timeline of Videowave but it ran slowly . Not the same result when I used the Panasonic shot file. It's frustrating that I have to use a third party transcoder to convert this file to an MPEG2. The Roxio won't I guess? It's enough to make me want to go back to tape! Thanks. Here's the link for the Panasonic file also on my hard drive and which plays flawlessly in Videowave. http://www.upfordown...ments/00004.MTS. This file was from the Panasonic. Interestingly, when I insert my SD card into the desktop and activiate "capture" in Roxio, only the Sony files come up, not the Panasonic ones. Thanks. Alien Auroraware Desktop. Alienware High-Performance Liquid Cooling 6G Triple Channel 1333 Mhz DDR3; Overlocked Intel Core i7 980 Extreme 6C (3.6 Hz, 12 MB Cache Sincle 1.8 NVIDIA Ge Force GTX 260 GDDR3 Cyberlink Power DVD 8.3 Blu-Ray Disk Playback with kit 640 GB STATA-II 3 Gb/s 7200 RPM 16MB Cache HDD Alienware 19-in- 1 Media Card Reader. Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit. English Dual Drives Blu-Ray Disc (BD) Combo( BD-Rom; DVD/CD Burner and DVD Rom; Intetrated 7.1 Channel Audio Dell LCD Monitor. ipb.profile.activeTab = 'status'; // <BR class=clear>
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    Avcdh To Avi?

    http://www.upfordown.com/files/download/9457/HD%20Videos00001.MTS for the Sony file. The camcorder I originally used was a Panasonic HMC-40. That file plays on Videowave. The problem I'm having is grasping the whole AVCHD technology. Unlike the Sony MTS file, when you go to the Panasonic file, there's first a "BDMV" file which you open to "ClipNF" then another file is under that "Playlistt" and another under that "Stream." The "Stream" file is where you can access the video clip and I can paste a clip onto Videowave without problems. The Sony MTS clip causes the program to become unstable and then close each time. Thanks.
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    Avcdh To Avi?

    Alienware Aurora,6 gigs of memory, quad core precessor 3.33 ghz and using a 64 bit operating system with Windows 7 Home Premium. Nvidia GeForce GTX260 video card. This is my foray into AVCHD so if my terminology is a bit off, please excuse me! I downloaded video from a Sandisc SD card this morning. Now, one of the files contains video from a Panasonic AVCHD cam and the other the current Sony AX2000. For some reason, the files from the Panny will load and play on Vidoewave (though I can't Detect Scene because it says I need to transcode these files) but the Sony won't play at all and causes the program to crash. The last download I did was through "My Computer", copies and pasted the files to a My Video file. I used the CNET program to convert the Sony files to MPEG2 but they won't play in Videowave. Using "Any Video Converter", the file I choose is a "MTS" file which I instruct it to "MPEG2 Movie", correct? When I go back to the MyVideo file, they still show up in AVCHD format. Yes, Videowave works with other files and "yes" the camcorder did come with a utility software entitled "Content Management Utility For AVCHD Camcorder" and that was downloaded too. This software doesn't make any difference in the fact that the files downloaded were "MTS" files. The options in the video converter program is "Customized AVI Movie" and "Customized WMV Movie." Of note, when I hook up the Sony, Roxio Capture comes up but only displays the "Sony" files, not the ones taken previously with the Panasonic. Interesting. I can see the Panasonic and Sony videos in MyVideo in My Documents.
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    Avcdh To Avi?

    No soap on just downloading and importing into Videowave to convert. Nope. I used that CNET program to convert to MPGEG and when I import it into Videowave, the program crashes.
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    Avcdh To Avi?

    Hi. Thanks for responding. I downloaded that program and here's what it says after analyzing the file: "File Type: MPEG2 Transport Stream Mime Type: Video/.mp2t Just now, I attempted to input this file into Videowave and the program imediately went into "Videowave Not Responding" mode! What gives?!!! Thanks! P.S. I actually captured this file and it plays in Media Player as well! Last night, I got the transcoding message when trying to use the file in Videowave. Wierd. When I "scene detect" this file, the message is " "This file format cannot be scene detected! Please transcode it and then use the transcoded file to detect scenes."
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