CyberlinkPower director 11 stopsimporting video files
Powerdirector 11 allows 2 or 3 slides while editing, then requires program reboot to import video,,,after importing and beginning to edit titles program error 3 stops everything at the point pop up error occurs
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You dont need drivers for this camera to connect to a PC. The Everio HDD cameras use their own file format called .MOD which, in the first instance can only be used by the supplied software. The way the cameras connect to computer is via a USB2 connection.
When the camera is connected to a computer the computer will only see an extra hard disk drive or "Removable Disk" just in the same way as it would if you connect a USB memorystick etc. This is the cameras built in hard disk drive and you can copy and paste from that drive to your computer. For the video files you need to look in the folders on your new "Removable Disk" (or "Everio HDD...." if you have the 21/26/36 etc 2006 range) called SD Video. Inside the SD Video folder you are looking for folders starting with "PRG" and depending on how much video you have taken you may have a few (PRG001, PRG002 and so on).
To save time i would highlight the whole PRG folders, right and click on the folders and copy them to a new folder on your PC. Make sure to give the new folder a memorable name and remember where it is.
Then, with the supplied software, if you want to do some video editing you start the hopfully installed Cyberlink PowerDirector. This program will open in the edit mode. You then click on "FILE" at the top of the screen, drag you mouse down to "IMPORT" and drag your mouse slightly to the right to "Media Folder".
You then need to find the new folder you made with the copied "PRG" folders from your camera, select "OPEN" once you have found your folder and it will import the videos from that folder into the PowerDirector program. You can then drag the images to the timeline in that program to playback or edit.
The other program supplied with the Everio cameras is Cyberlink PowerProducer. This program is for burning DVDs of the video files. The principles are the same where once you have set up the type of movie you want to produce (DVD, VideoCD etc) you can then import the .MOD files directly into the program and burn DVD that will play on normal DVD players.
Before following the suggestions given below please make sure that you have the latest firmware for your DVD burner drive. Please contact your vendor or visit the manufacturer's website for the latest updates.
Please follow the steps mentioned below to resolve the issue:
1) Empty the contents of the C:\Windows\temp folder and C:\temp folder, if you have one. Then empty Recycle Bin.
2) Defragment your hard drive. DVD video files are very large and can quickly fill your hard drive to capacity. A fragmented hard drive can cause problems during DVD burning. Make sure to defragment your drive(s) regularly.
3) To avoid any compatibility issues, please close all other software and utility applications including virus scans, screen saver and instant messaging software before you launch PowerDirector.
4) Increase Virtual memory :
1. Right click on "MyComputer" 2. Select Properties -> Advance 3. Click on "settings" under Performance. 4. Select "Advance" 5. Click on "change" under Virtual memory. 6. Select "Custom" and enter initial value as "512" and Max value as "3096".
NOTE: If your existing settings are higher than recommended then leave them as before.
5) Please check whether the drive where you have installed Power Director software has enough space on it. At least 15 GB of free space is required and recommended while burning a DVD.
Now, try to burn the DVD at low burning speed.
If the issue still persists, try to uninstall other CD/DVD burning software like Nero, EasyCD Creator, Direct CD etc. Two burning software installed on same computer are known to cause conflict due to common files in them.
Also disable the XP built-in burning software. To disable the Windows built-in burning software: - Open My Computer. - Right-click your CD-RW or DVD drive and click Properties. - Select the Recording tab. - Remove the check mark from the 'Enable CD recording on this drive' check box. - Click OK.
Also make sure that the total size of the video does not exceed the disc limit. (It is recommended that the total size should be less than 4.3 GB)
Now, close all other software and utility applications and then try the 'Create a DVD folder' option in the burning options screen and let us know of the result.
If the DVD folder is burned successfully, then the issue is burner specific and not software specific.
If the issue still not resolved, you may need to reinstall the Power Director software. Uninstall other burning softwares and then reinstall Power Director.
Follow the steps given below to reinstall your PowerDirector. Before installing your program, please close your MSN messenger, since we found that MSN messenger my lock some installation programs.
LOOK IN TOOLS AND SETTINGS OR HELP AND FIND THE UPDATE BUTTON AND UPDATE THE SOFTWARE. PLUS YOU ARE RIGHT THAT IT MAY BE PROBLEM USING EXTERNAL DRIVE.(IS IT USB 1.0?)..COPY YOUR FILE TO A TEMPORARY FOLDER ON YOUR DESKTOP AND BROWSE TO THAT FOLDER WITH POWER DIRECTOR.
File Type 1PowerDirector Project File (Most common)
Video project or slide show created with PowerDirector, a digital
video-editing program; may include both video and DVD data for creating
a DVD; often built from a template included with the PowerDirector
Program(s) that open pds files
Updated 6/5/08Fix file extension .PDS errors. File Type 2Planetary Data System File
Scientific data format created by NASA (National Aeronautics and
Space Administration); used to store planetary, solar, and lunar data
collected from earth and space missions.
PDS files often contain labels that are written in the Object
Description Language (ODL); these labels use keywords that describe the
data contained in the file.
Program(s) that open pds files
NASA PDS Tools Package
NASA PDS Tools Package