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  • Thu, May 17 2018 4:54 AM

    avid media composer first structured exception 2147483652 SINGLE_STEP

    I've imported media from my iphone (.MOV) into MCF 8.x.  I keep getting the structured exception error when I attempt to view the media.  I get a crash report dialog and the error dialog.

    My data is linked, not copied.

    Suggestions?  I can't get anything done with my project.

     

    Hardware - Dell 9010, windows 10, MCF 8.x

  • Sun, May 20 2018 1:34 PM In reply to

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    Re: avid media composer first structured exception 2147483652 SINGLE_STEP

    Exactly how did you import?  I know that sounds weird but... terminlology matters here.

    "  To move the media into your Avid editing system, you have the option to use the linking method which links the file based media directly into a bin through a plug-in, or you can use the import method which imports the media onto your system "

    Lining is the prefered option....

    To link the media files:

    1.  Once you have previewed the clips you want in the Source Browser window, select the Link button.

    2.  Select the clips you want and drag and drop them to the bin. (Ctrl+click or Shift+click to select multiple files.)

    3.  The clips appear in the bin. Linked clips appear with a link on the clip icon.

    4.  Press Ctrl + L (Windows) or Command + L (Mac) to enlarge the thumbnails.

    5.  Place your cursor so it hovers over the thumbnail of the clip. While hovering, move the cursor to the edges of the thumbnail to preview the footage. You can also use the JKL keys to shuttle through the thumbnail. (Use L to move forward, K to pause, and J to move backward.)

    6. (Optional) You can drag a clip from the Source Browser to the Source monitor to review the clip. Dragging to the Source monitor does not commit the clip to the bin.

    http://resources.avid.com/SupportFiles/attach/MC_FirstUserGuide.pdf

    HTH

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