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hello to all forum members!

 

I just bought the roxio game capure HD pro and when I try to edit a video taken with a camera.

the sound is very choppy, fast ... but when i watch this vdeo on vlc media player, quicktime, ... it works ...

 

Anyone have a small idea to solve my problem?

 

Thank you in advance to all!

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You left out a lot of useful info :huh:

 

By 'camera', are you refering to a 'Camera' that is taking movies rather than a real Camcorder???

 

Camera Video has Always been an issue to edit... They take certain shortcuts and rely on thier own software to make up for it :(

 

In most cases you have to run it through a 3rd party conveter to bring it back to Video Standards. (Players are designed to tolerate much more than editors)

 

Here are a few we have had good luck with:

 

AVS4YOU Converter:

AVS

 

Any Video Converter

HERE

 

Freemake Video Converter:

HERE

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Wouah ! Thank you so much for your fast response :) !

 

So yes i have a camera Nikon D5100 and he record his video in .MOV, so not a camera record just this http://www.lesnumeriques.com/appareil-photo-numerique/nikon-d5100-p11058/test.html

 

So i must to convert my video with one of these programs and normally he works ? ... Sorry but i don't speak so good english i'm frenchman so :P !

 

Thank you so much for your help ^^

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Wouah ! Thank you so much for your fast response :) !

 

So yes i have a camera Nikon D5100 and he record his video in .MOV, so not a camera record just this http://www.lesnumeri...11058/test.html

 

So i must to convert my video with one of these programs and normally he works ? ... Sorry but i don't speak so good english i'm frenchman so :P !

 

Thank you so much for your help ^^

 

I have the Nikon D5100, and the .mov files work perfectly in Creator 2010, but they won't work, without converting them, with any of the Roxio software that came out after Creator 2010.

 

Use one of the converters that Jim suggested.

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Sorry, but I have to say I'm with the French dude. Roxio VideoWave has an issue with certain HD files. I record some of my video using a Motorola Xyboard tablet, and every one of these videos plays fine in video players, but when viewing in preview and then creating an HD file in VideoWave, the audio produced is choppy and unstable. Saying "players are more forgiving than video editors" is not acceptable! Saying "use a slow and unreliable freeware product to downgrade your video" is also unacceptable. Either your product works or it doesn't. Until this bug is fixed, I will be shopping around for a product that is able to properly edit videos that are created with a very commonly used and current video device. And since I need something that works, I am willing to pay a higher price for this product.

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