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Sound Is Very Choppy.


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Sound is very choppy and broken when played back but when editing the video in the "trimmer" window the sound plays back perfectly. It occurrs on both my laptop and desktop using a .mov file recorded by an SLR camera. No problem with GoPro .mp4 formats.

 

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Sound is very choppy and broken when played back but when editing the video in the "trimmer" window the sound plays back perfectly. It occurrs on both my laptop and desktop using a .mov file recorded by an SLR camera. No problem with GoPro .mp4 formats.

 

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This is a well know issue with MOV files from dSLR and this program. Use a third party video converter to convert the mov file to a mpg2 file. Are you going to make a high definition video or a standard definition - make sure you convert to the proper definition. Go to c/net to download a free converter. I use "Any Video Converter".

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Just so we are all on the same page, Richard has the Roxio GameCAP Pro HD and has a posting running HERE, about this ;)

 

I gave him the same answer there :lol:

 

Actually he has not told us what he has. Why would he be editing mov files from a SLR camera in the RGC HP Pro's Videowave?

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