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Video Editting Hi!, While Working on the timeline I can listen the audio from the clips, but I cant see the video, what should I do? Im working with EDIUS Pro 3 Thanks Daniel.

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Sounds like your video overlay isn't working.
If you have multiple monitors, make sure you are on the Primary display and Windows can see each of the monitors individually (don't use spanned/stretch desktop).

Also check that your resolution is at least 1024x768 at 60 Hz or better.

You may want to try upgrading your graphics driver too.

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How to use adobe premiere pro 2


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Adobe premiere pro is software for video producers that takes you from the start to completion of your video project. You will run into less conflict working with other video formats due to the "Native Editing Support" from "SD" to "HD" that is provided in this software. A convenience is that every workspace has a separate panel and when using multiple panels they can be docked where you want.

Please follow the below step.

Step 1: Open the premiere software and choose which project you will be working with, either a previous, recent or new project. No need to change the default settings at this time.

Step 2: Go to the "Capture Format" menu and choose the type of format you want to capture, for example from the web or a dvd. (http://www.ehow.com/internet/)

Step 3: In the dialog box at the bottom give your project a name and determine the folder you are going to use to save your project. Before you click OK, select the "Scratch Disks" tab to create your own folder structure, this will make it easy when it comes time for you to move the media and archive. Now choose the folders you want to store the captured media you identified in step 2 and when you are ready, click "OK."

Step 4: Work with your sequences in the "Workspace Layout." This area is divided into sections, the top left and middle contain the project panel, source monitor and effect controls. The top right of the workspace contain the audio mixer and program monitor. The left lower section contains the media browser, info panel, effect panel, sequence and history panel. The bottom right panel contains the tracks, time-line, clips and audio meter.

Step 5: Edit your sequences using the "Timline Panel." Each sequence you add will appear as a tab within the "Timeline Panel." You are not limited to the amount of sequences you create or number of timelines you open.

Step 6: Create your video and audio using the "Tracks" feature. Each clip you add to the sequence needs to have a track identified. This is where you are adding sound to your sequences within your "Timeline Panels."

Step 7: Trim your clips using the "Source Monitor." Here you can add or remove a sequence by double clicking on the clip in the "Project Panel." You can then play back the clips in the sequence you assembled to view your project.

Step 8: Access the "Project Panel" and "Media Browser" for links to the different aspects of your video project when you need to add, change or remove sequences. When you are ready, go to the "Effects Panel" and begin setting the desired effects to the sequences you created.

Step 9: Open your "Tools Panel," which provide shortcuts on the keyboard for several of the functions mentioned in earlier steps. This is the beginning steps in using adobe premiere pro, to continue to the end of your video/media creating follow the prompts.

Thanking you

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Re: Windows Movie Maker. When drop n drag picture is brought to the timeline, OK. But, when music is added to the Audio line, the system shuts down with a message: Windows Movie Maker has stopped working....


It is possible that the movie maker is unable to do that task assigned because of the size of the video and audio file. can you try a small file first and see if they will work. a short video and audio clip less than a min. should do

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In Sony Vegas I'm having problems with the audio and video. Although both play correctly on the screen and though the speakers, the actual peaks and timeline of the audio and video doesn't exsist - it...


Check if you got a back up in My Documents file. If you do, normally it rewuires you to chance the file name. You can do this by clicking Magig tool. Chance the required name on to your desktop and then open it. Voila, you should have restored what your latest production was.

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When i preview, no video, only audio


i have the same problem!!!!!!!! sony vegas hd 9.0 .... video shows a bright red in timeline no video in preveiw box.... avi file.... mov files... all files.... reinstalled ...didnt work... tried to change from 64 bit to 32.... not in project properties or anywhere else to change it...i also did the quicktime player fix....none of it worked....ive done it all ...what do i do now???!!! i even tried to download and install pinnacle studio 12 ultimate on a different computer but it says low physical memory and wont start..... but i have two internal hard drives and only on is half full the other has nothing on it and an external hard drive that is 500 gigs?? wtf. i cant win.. what do we dooo?????????

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check in the audio track of the timeline. may be it has been disabled, or the volume level has been reduced.

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Memory Problems


The clip can be recovered if you open the temporary directory where Camtasia stores the raw captures in AVI format. The path to the temporary directory can be found by opening the Camtasia Recorder > Tools > Options > Program > Temporary file folder (I'm using v.5 so it may be a little different in other versions).

I've found that there's a certain workflow that seems to work best and you can avoid accidentally erasing your temporary files and having to start your capture session over from the beginning...

  1. Stop Camtasia Recorder - Pressing the Stop button on the Recorder likely won't work, so open the Task Manager (CTRL+ALT+DELETE) and select "CamRecorder.exe" from the Processes tab and click "End Process". Don't open Camtasia Studio right away after doing this step - You'll likely be prompted to recover the recording and in my experience Camtasia hasn't done a very good job at being able to do this successfully and you may end up losing your temp files.
  2. Recover your raw capture files - Navigate to the path where Camtasia stores its Temp files (look above for instructions). Typically, there will be a folder titled "CamCapture{random string of numbers/letters}" - look for a folder with a date modified attribute of the date/time you were working on your project. In that folder, there will likely be several audio and video files as well as an XML data file. The video files will all be 1GB apiece as Camtasia splits the capture into chunks and then pieces them back together to create one continuous file. Cut and paste the files from this folder into a new location outside of the Temp directory. The most important one is the FileWriter{random string}.avi as this is the pieced together file - It will have the largest file size.
  3. Add your media files to the clip bin/timeline - Start a new Camtasia project and import the FileWriter{xxx}.avi clip into the Clip Bin and drag it onto the timeline. Now all of your video/audio should be recovered and available for you to edit. If you have particularly long clips, you may want to check how the audio syncs with the the video towards the end of the clip. If it's messed up at all, you may want to try adding the smaller, chunked recording segments sequentially onto the timeline to see if that helps. If the FileWrite{xxx}.avi clip is good though, you can delete all of the other smaller audio and video clips associated with the capture from your pc to save space - just keep the FileWriter{xxx}.avi clip - the XML can be deleted too.
Good luck - We've had the same trouble here and we use Camtasia almost everyday. In my experience, this seems to happen more frequently when we capture larger dimensions - especially if the capture contains full motion video (as opposed to just screen captures of a product demo or something) and we always seem to have trouble when capturing things that play back FLV or SWF clips at a higher bitrate. This issue is also described in TechSmith's Camtasia knowledge base.

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How to rotate movie in movie maker


Vista
Start - Programs - Windows Movie Maker
Click Import Media - select the video clip you want to rotate from your files and point and click on it to highlight it - then click the import button lower right corner of screen.
When the file name appears - drag the clip to the video line at the bottom of the screen - point at file name and hold down right mouse button while you move the mouse to point at the video timeline then let go of the right button to drop the video into the timeline.
Point and RIGHT click on the clip you just added to the timeline
Click Effects
Scroll down to Rotate 90 and click to highlight it (you could also flip the video with 180 or 270)
Click the ADD button
Then click OK
The video will rotate.
Be sure to publish and save the new video with a name you can find...
File - Publish Movie - to computer will save it as a file on your PC - to DVD will start another program to create a DVD...

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ROTATING A MOVIE


Here's a solution I uploaded in YouTube.

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