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Saving edited video from imagemixer3

I have used imagemixer3 to edit video clips from my SDR-H20. Now it wont save the video to file just stays at 0%.

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  • marten1969 Dec 28, 2008

    I have the same problem with the SDR-H250 (Panasonic): after having compiled a video in ImageMixer3, it blocks while trying to save to MPEG2 on my hard disk. Indeed, it stops at 0%.



    Anyone know a solution to fix this?



    Marten.

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This info might be late for you, but I've just met similar problem. I reaised the file to be saved was too big (3,5GB) and it slows down (semms to be blocks) the system. I've split the file into smaller parts (1,5GB) and it works though still slow. I think more RAM and more powerful Proc would help more.

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