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Converting Hd .mov Files


Gypsycisco

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Roxio Creator Pro 2011 is deleting the last roughly 20% of the native sound track on .mov (Quicktime) files I import into a video production. Customer Service has not offered a solution after over a week of messages. My camera is a Canon SX200 and these files work correctly in Windows Movie Maker and Magix Edit Pro 17. What's wrong with Roxio?

See the You Tube video attached. Any ideas out there?

 

Thanks!

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Yes, fairly common for movies when attempted by using a digital camera…

 

Run the MOV files through a converter first to put them into proper format. Here are several free ones you can try:

 

MOV to AVI Converter: (fixes casio audio files)

Link

 

AVS4YOU Converter:

AVS

 

Any Video Converter

HERE

 

Let us know how that works out for you ;)

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For those users that find they have to convert their .mov Quicktime HD video files before being able to use them in VideoWave, I suggest using Freemake Video Converter. This is shareware and offers variable settings, multiple output formats and will convert your files to original quality.

 

Any Video Converter, which is often suggested in these discussion groups, can't offer the results of the Freemake converter.

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