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New audio issues

Postby MaryAnne » Sat Jul 16, 2011 1:45 pm

Dear All,

Created a new video with stills/music of a recent trip. Proud of myself even getting the hang of key frames - wahoo!

However, when I went to save the file to hard drive - it told me that there was an error in the file. At least this time the whole system didn't crash (one step forward!).

Message: "export error - error compiling movie, unknown error."

I see the file on my hard drive but rather than 30 minutes it gives me the first 15min.

I am using PE8
I re-sized all photos
All music selections are MP3s
2 movie backgrounds from muvipix

I tried the NTSC- DVD standard that we used on the last video with "pcm" as you suggested but it didn't work on this one, gave me same message. More tricks up your sleeve?

Thanks
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Re: New audio issues

Postby Dave McElderry » Sat Jul 16, 2011 2:11 pm

Mary Anne, one possible reason for this is a "gap" of one or more frames somewhere in the timeline. If it's only a frame or two it's often difficult to notice when playing back, or to find when trying to isolate it. One way is to zoom in closely on the timeline until you can see individual frames and examine the entire timeline for gaps. Another way is to use the Page Down and Page Up keys to jump to each break point to examine the timeline. Again, you need to be zoomed in closely. If you find a gap, delete it so that the video is continuous. The fact that you get 15 minutes out of your 30 minute video is an indication that there may be a gap about halfway through.
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Re: New audio issues

Postby Chuck Engels » Sat Jul 16, 2011 2:45 pm

I agree with Dave, probably a gap in the timeline somewhere.
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Re: New audio issues

Postby MaryAnne » Wed Sep 07, 2011 7:00 am

Dave & Chuck
Thanks for direction - went through every slide (need new glasses!) Still no luck. But one photo just didn't seem to transition well and that is where the video always stopped. So I pulled that photo back into elements and lo and behold of all the photos that I did as a batch process - it did not convert. So while all the rest were 1000x750, this one was in the 3000 range. Resized the photo, and voila - the slide show worked. So there you have another option for people to check.
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Re: New audio issues

Postby Dave McElderry » Wed Sep 07, 2011 9:02 am

Glad you found the problem. Thanks for the feedback!
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