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Thumbnails of transitions, effects, overlays don't display


corndog

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All of the thumbnail views of transitions, overlays, etc. are displayed with a big question mark. How do I correct this?

Also, does EMC7 support GIF & BMP file formats? I'm thinking about buying "Effect 3D Studio" to create 3D & animated titles for my DVD productions in EMC7. Wondered if i would be able to import files created in Effect 3D Studio to EMC7?

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All of the thumbnail views of transitions, overlays, etc. are displayed with a big question mark. How do I correct this?

Also, does EMC7 support GIF & BMP file formats? I'm thinking about buying "Effect 3D Studio" to create 3D & animated titles for my DVD productions in EMC7. Wondered if i would be able to import files created in Effect 3D Studio to EMC7?

BMP files are supported (as well as TIF PNG and JPG), but not GIF in v 7/7.5

 

If your content files are showing thumbnails like that, first question is have you installed IE 7? If so, you'll have to uninstall it and roll back to IE 6. IE 7 breaks the EMC 7/7.5 software (aling with many other programs btw).

 

If that doesn't apply to you or fix it, try a repair install thru add/remove programs.

 

If that still doesn't take care of it, try the following:

"maybe the Media Manager db is corrupt.

 

Try the following and see if it helps.

 

Rename your Media Manager folder:

 

Media Manager is a hidden file. Go to My Computer/Tools/Folder Options, click on View, scroll down to Hidden Files and folders, and click in the circle to the left of Show hidden files and folders. Click on Apply, then Ok.

 

a. Close all open applications, especially Roxio applications.

b. Open My Computer.

c. Double click on the C: drive and browse to C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\Application Data\Roxio, where USERNAME is the name of the user you are currently logged in as.

d. Right click on the MediaManager folder and choose rename.

e. Name the folder MediaManager.old"

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