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  1. ronlosangeles

    Hd Video Won't Play Correctly

    First of all...... when I go to the forum and see topics...... I don't see a "search" choice anywhere. I don't see how I can search for a topic to see if it's already been covered. Help? Using Video Wave 2012. PC. Windows 7. 6g ram. 2T hard drive. No issues with any softwares. Have done a ton of video editing for years. When I import a video clip (from a camera) into Video Wave for editing.... playback is jumpy... the audio jumps all over the place but not in sync with video on screen. This is an HD clip...... only about 5 minutes long. File size is 1.9 gig. 1920x1088 pixels. Format is ".mov" I've looked at Production settings... can't find anything relating to resolution.... wondering about that. Anyone out there have a clue why it won't play back properly so I can edit it? By the way....... it also won't play correctly in Windows Media Player....... but it plays BETTER in VLC player...... not CORRECTLY but BETTER. I don't get it. The video clips has been played succesfully on a friend's Mac computer with IDVD (I think that's what the software is called) thanks in advance ron