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i have instaled EMC 9 today and i made video 2min 30 sec and when i try to save as i get only

1 option and that is Production 1.dmsm and the file type is VideoWave Production (*.dmsm) ...

 

and now the question why i cant save as like AVI or mpeg4 or any other type of video and not only VideoWave Production (*.dmsm) ..that confuse me ....

 

when i try to import that file into windows movei maker it say that this format is unsuported !!!!!

 

so am i stuck with only 1 option to save my videos to VideoWave Production (*.dmsm)?!?!?

 

and is there any option to convert that VideoWave Production (*.dmsm) file to avi ...

 

 

 

i did try with EMC 9 as well and funny thing is that EMC 9 when i try convert my video VideoWave Production (*.dmsm) cant do this ... :((

 

 

please help me asap

 

ty

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i have instaled EMC 9 today and i made video 2min 30 sec and when i try to save as i get only

1 option and that is Production 1.dmsm and the file type is VideoWave Production (*.dmsm) ...

 

and now the question why i cant save as like AVI or mpeg4 or any other type of video and not only VideoWave Production (*.dmsm) ..that confuse me ....

 

when i try to import that file into windows movei maker it say that this format is unsuported !!!!!

 

so am i stuck with only 1 option to save my videos to VideoWave Production (*.dmsm)?!?!?

 

and is there any option to convert that VideoWave Production (*.dmsm) file to avi ...

i did try with EMC 9 as well and funny thing is that EMC 9 when i try convert my video VideoWave Production (*.dmsm) cant do this ... :((

please help me asap

 

ty

 

First, when you save, you are saving a set of instructions for what you want the software to do with the video, when you burn it. You can burn that production in MyDVD.

 

What do you want to do with your production>

 

In VideoWave, you can output your production, as an .avi file, or other file type, by clicking on Start/Output As.

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Dmsm file is just a set of instruction of the edits you made to your production. It is not an actual video file.

 

From Videowave, there is an icon on the preview window (Output to) or in File menu --sorry I am not in front of PC with EMC9-- that allows you to create a video file out of your production. Available video File types include mpg and wmv.

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Did you press the "Create video file" button in your first screenshot? Of course, you can choose the type of file using the dropdown (such as mpg in Video file quality box) and you can give your own file name.

 

The second screenshot is for saving a production dmsm file that you can bring up in VW the next time around to continue your edits.

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i edit movie in VideoWave 127MB

 

and i run myDVD 9 and burn on hard disc

 

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thn all stopped at 66%

 

 

 

 

 

all i want is to make movie and export movie to avi or mpeg4 file

 

 

so is ther any better solution to do this (i dont have blank DVDs now ) so i need to save file to HD

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i edit movie in VideoWave 127MB

 

and i run myDVD 9 and burn on hard disc

 

 

thn all stopped at 66%

all i want is to make movie and export movie to avi or mpeg4 file

so is ther any better solution to do this (i dont have blank DVDs now ) so i need to save file to HD

 

First, you need to get into the habit of naming your production, instead of letting it save as the default Production 1 name. You will eventually do another project, and if you don't name it, it will overwrite the first one.

 

Now, in your first screen, where you are showing DivX better quality, in that dropdown, change it to DV format AVI, and give it a name, down below. I would also make a separate folder, and save it to that folder, instead of to Documents and Settings...

 

If, when you output it to the DV format AVI, it stops at that 66%, then note the actual time it stops, and go and look for what the problem may be in your production, by bringing it into VideoWave and looking at whatever is at the location of when it stopped encoding.

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First, no need to get into the habit of naming your production, instead of letting it save as the default Production 1 name. You will eventually do another project, and if you don't name it, it will overwrite the first one.

 

Bruce, is that really what you meant or did you mean "you need to get ..."

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