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  • Tue, Mar 28 2006 11:22 AM

    • der-klang
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    export video to *.dv

    Hi there,

    can anybody hlep me with export video from timeline to a dv file?

    i found nothing like that in the corresponding menu.

    is it just a rename-thing with a uncompressed different file format or is there no chance to put it out to a *.dv with liquid?

    I need a dv-file for impoting in pro tools. with standard qiucktime it will show the video in a floating window instead of giving it out to another (third) device. So poeple in the pro tools forum told me to convert it to a  *.dv and import to pro tools and it will work.

    anybody else with experience wtih this kind of workaround ?

    thnx for helping

  • Tue, Mar 28 2006 11:36 AM In reply to

    • BarkinMadd
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    Re: export video to *.dv

    Get yourself QuickTime Pro 7 and you'll be able to load your AVI files (fused from Liquid) into QuickTime and then export them out to DV. I suspect .DV is a repackaging of the AVI-DV from Liquid. I just tried this and the conversion was very fast.

    Good luck

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  • Wed, Mar 29 2006 9:45 PM In reply to

    • der-klang
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    Re: export video to *.dv

    hmmm,

    ok thats a solution, but i spend 700 bucks and the ****software isnt able to give out the basic?!

    Uncompressed *.dv.

    Im speechless and on my way for qt 7 pro ;)

     

    cheers

    thanx barkinmadd

  • Wed, Mar 29 2006 9:49 PM In reply to

    • LewS
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    Re: export video to *.dv

    hmmm,

    I have a feeling .DV is just DV-AVI with a different extension. It only seems to exist in the Apple world. I suspect if you just fuse your timeline with the Liquid DV-AVI codec, you will get the same result.

    What application are you going to use these .DV files with??

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  • Wed, Mar 29 2006 9:56 PM In reply to

    • der-klang
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    Re: export video to *.dv

    Pro Tools 5.3.1 on MAC (God know that i hate them) with OS 9.i dont know.

    and it drives me crazy, cause im biting teeth out past two weeks.

    but im close to the solution i feel it ;)

     

     

  • Wed, Mar 29 2006 10:01 PM In reply to

    • der-klang
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    Re: export video to *.dv

    ok converted files into *.dv

    problem now is that i have to use the dv stream as it would be for internet and this includes i complession far as i can see. i got serious qualaity loss.

    any idea ?

     

  • Wed, Mar 29 2006 10:26 PM In reply to

    • editzz01
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    Re: export video to *.dv

    I created a .dif file (exported from AFter Effects), I then changed the file extension to .dv and the other system that I put it on saw it as an actual dv movie.  I imagine if you fuse out of Liquid with the dif renderer and change the file extension it would do the same thing.

    For test comparisons, we checked a .dv file from another source, but of the same footage. Both the .dif file and the .dv file weighed exactly the same, and looked identical in playback.

     

    Mark

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