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Transferring video Can someone tell me how to transfer clips between 2 projects being created with Camera Mate. Is there a place I can move the files between them?

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  • BRUMMER1 Feb 21, 2008

    I HAVE A CAMERA MATE REAL TIME VIDEO CAPTURE

    AND IT ISNOT WORKING WHEN I PLUG IN MY CAMERA IT TELLS ME I HAVE NEW HARDWARE BUT IS DOES NOT LOAD PLEASE HELP

  • Anonymous Apr 12, 2008

    i buy it put the cd not working

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You will have to contact Zio's old website for a "program build upgrade". It's free & can be downloaded on top of your existing program. It should install all of the latest drivers & upgrades for that program. Zio is now defunct and is under the Pinnacle wing. Contact Pinnacle if all else fails. They will be glad to assist you or sell you one of their products - which might be a favorable solution.

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