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Old Aug 3, 2006, 1:29 PM   #1
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How do you guys edit/stitch together you movie files?

I`ve tried WMM but my files are ASF and these crash the program

I`ve tried converting them but can't seem to get anything to work, I`m using SUPER video convertor.

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Old Aug 3, 2006, 1:53 PM   #2
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Bw again waht Model are you using? the MPVr.is-dv2,musteks al work for me in wmm no headaches
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I`m using the Aiptek 8900. I can load the files in to WMM but it crashes alot of the time even with small files.


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Old Aug 3, 2006, 5:08 PM   #4
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wmm does not like asffiles but in my case my stuff works fine

do you know of

http://www.windowsmoviemakers.net/Forums/Default.aspx

1 are you recording from a tv show or av in? if so minewill crash?

if you record direct rcord from camera it works fine?
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wmm does not like asffiles but in my case my stuff works fine

do you know of

http://www.windowsmoviemakers.net/Forums/Default.aspx

1 are you recording from a tv show or av in? if so minewill crash?

if you record direct rcord from camera it works fine?

Yeah, I found that site last night and posted but no replys :sad: No AV or TV show; I just want to edit and join the clips I have.

I did manage to put a couple together but it took an age with all the crashes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFRHAJZh9-I
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Old Aug 4, 2006, 1:55 AM   #6
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I've never had trouble stitching together stills and videos taken with my hybrids, using the video editing software that comes with them. That software was various versions of Ulead Video Studio, and CyberLink Power Director, which I like the most. I also add titles, transitions, and background music. These programs accept .asf's and .avi's with no problems.

My problem has been the next step: getting the movie produced, to run on the camera again. Only recently have I been able to do that. And my Samsung i6 came with a conversion program that works better than anything I've seen before. Only trouble is that the output won't run on my other hybrid.
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never haa problem in all the situations with the MPVr lol the Arc converter is nice

wmm acceptsall Sg do you have WMm and tired that?
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I thinkI read somewhere that WMV forces you to save in a certain format, that locks you into Microsoft products, or something like that. Typical. So since I was happy with PowerDirector, and used to using it, I stuck with it.
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Hi, With asf's, asfbin freeware works perfectly: http://www.radioactivepages.com/
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