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Toast 11 Titanium Pro


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Hi there,

I tried a couple of times to convert mov´s from final cut studio with the new toast 11 in the format wmv.

Allways after converting the result is: the convertion works, but only the half of the movie lenghts is the result on the end!

I tried differend filmclips from different formats and durations. Allways the same effect.

 

Anybody has an idea?

 

Thank you

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I too am having the same problem . I was trying to convert a video for my son's school project that was only 35 seconds long and it would only convert 15 seconds . I don't have Flip 4mac anymore ,any other ideas would be great since this is a feature I will need to use . Thanks

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I too am having the same problem . I was trying to convert a video for my son's school project that was only 35 seconds long and it would only convert 15 seconds . I don't have Flip 4mac anymore ,any other ideas would be great since this is a feature I will need to use . Thanks

If you are trying to convert to wmv then I think the problem is the time limit established by Flip4Mac for WMV encoding unless one pays for a version of Flip4Mac. I got a 20-second wmv recording from a 40-second video because I don't have a paid version of Fli4Mac, either. Unfortunately I don't know if buying a paid version of Flip4Mac solves the problem nor do I know which paid version you'd need if that is the solution. My reading of their site suggests the Studio version for $49 may be needed. This is information we need Roxio to provide. There is nothing in the user guide.

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If you are trying to convert to wmv then I think the problem is the time limit established by Flip4Mac for WMV encoding unless one pays for a version of Flip4Mac. I got a 20-second wmv recording from a 40-second video because I don't have a paid version of Fli4Mac, either. Unfortunately I don't know if buying a paid version of Flip4Mac solves the problem nor do I know which paid version you'd need if that is the solution. My reading of their site suggests the Studio version for $49 may be needed. This is information we need Roxio to provide. There is nothing in the user guide.

 

 

The paid version of Flip4Mac does indeed resolve this issue, it's a limitation of the trial.

 

The challenge with their current trial limitation is that the encoder doesn't tell us it's only creating a few seconds of the video, it just goes ahead and does it telling us everything is fine.

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