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  • Re: More Questions About White Screen

    YES! Thank you very much. I did the conversion with the MPEG Streamclip, and it worked perfect. It exported a really big file, but I really don't care. It works. Many thanks.
    Posted to Avid Free DV (Forum) by lucasino on Wed, Aug 19 2009
  • Re: More Questions About White Screen

    I am fifteen. I am a young person. I am sorry. But can you please help?
    Posted to Avid Free DV (Forum) by lucasino on Wed, Aug 19 2009
  • Re: More Questions About White Screen

    I am all confused again. I just want to convert my AVI files into a format that can be read on AVID so I can edit. What is the easiest way? (Besides getting Quicktime Pro, because I have absolutely no money) (I am sorry, I get confused easily)
    Posted to Avid Free DV (Forum) by lucasino on Wed, Aug 19 2009
  • Re: More Questions About White Screen

    It didn't tell me format in the information thing. I want to just forget about that part. I tried DV Video format in a AVI container, and it didn't work. What was the VLC thing that I could have done?
    Posted to Avid Free DV (Forum) by lucasino on Tue, Aug 18 2009
  • Re: More Questions About White Screen

    Alright. When I tried to figure out which codec is on the Quicktime and I did the Ctrl+I, I didn't get a lot of info, and none of which is on the codec. If I have MediaCoder, and I ripped a part of my DVD that I want to into AVI video and Xvid, what is the actual specs that would make it work in AVID? What can I do in mediacoder that would make
    Posted to Avid Free DV (Forum) by lucasino on Tue, Aug 18 2009
  • Re: More Questions About White Screen

    Which codec do I need for it? And I have VLC. How exactly would I do that method? and is there a way I can get my perfectly okay AVI files to go in?
    Posted to Avid Free DV (Forum) by lucasino on Tue, Aug 18 2009
  • More Questions About White Screen

    I got the Free DV, running on Vista (though I know I shoudn't) and then I get everything up perfect. I try to import both AVI and MOV files into the bin. I get a white screen both times. I have got an older version of QuickTime and tried them again. Didn't work again. I am also just using my C: Drive. (I know that's not proper either). Can
    Posted to Avid Free DV (Forum) by lucasino on Tue, Aug 18 2009
  • Re: I need a lot of help.

    So is it possible to run that part off the C: Drive? I mean, it's obviously not recommended and I am sure it's not a good thing to do, but I don't have many other options. I hope not to be doing to much. I will try and get an external drive as soon as possible, but for now, just for playing around and testing it out, I want to try my C:
    Posted to Avid Free DV (Forum) by lucasino on Mon, Aug 17 2009
  • Re: I need a lot of help.

    I don't care so much about the JPEGs so I just won't worry right now. For the video files, how would I change the drive? Also, I don't see why. It was just set up to default, so I am guessing it will just be based on my C drive and I still have 100 or so gigs. Any way, for the audio, what codecs would be proper? And again, when I used to
    Posted to Avid Free DV (Forum) by lucasino on Mon, Aug 17 2009
  • Re: I need a lot of help.

    I am sorry for being so vague. Pretty much, I would open up Avid Free DV, and open my new project, and try and drag and drop these different media types (seperately of coarse) into my blank bin. Now that I have tried the second method. I have opened it up in the same way, and then I go to my bin and right-click and click import. Then I tried all the
    Posted to Avid Free DV (Forum) by lucasino on Mon, Aug 17 2009
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