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script error

Posted: Mon, 7th Feb 2005, 5:01am

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uchiha117

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WTF, i got really excited because this program looks f'n awsome. but any time i try to import a movie it either says script error or index out of range. i've been looking on your forums found stuff about matrox (when i downloaded that it said it cant run a ms DOS program boggle) ive downloaded a bunch of codecs, and you guys say it should work automatically but it doesnt. how do i change the codec/ export...I have three different editing programs and i cant find anything that says export(Windows movie maker, roxio media creator, and ulead) please help me.
Posted: Mon, 7th Feb 2005, 9:10pm

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TimmyD

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Were you the one in the chat last night?


Try reeintalling.
Posted: Tue, 8th Feb 2005, 12:59am

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Arktic

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Re-installing won't fix the problem.

Try re-encoding the file with a program like VirtualDub, available free from www.virtualdub.org

There are tutorials on how to use VDub on the net, search for them to find out how to save a .avi file in a different codec.

But, just to let you know, you won't have this problem once AlamDV3 is released, which should be in the near future.

Hope this helps smile

Cheers,
Arktic.
Posted: Tue, 8th Feb 2005, 1:05am

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Mellifluous

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In Movie Maker, try going to save movie. Continue til you get to Movie Setting & click show more choices. Go to other settings & choose DV-AVI (or the Matrox or other codecs such as Cinepak or Quicktime if they appear there). Save as that & see if you can import the finished file into AlamDV. If not, do as Arktic suggests.