Currently Being ModeratedSep 6, 2013 3:31 PM (in response to SnakeBaitVictim)
Since I don't sit in your chair, to me, you are starting at the end without giving me a map to get to where you are. Would you kindly start at the beginning?
In your explanation, would you kindly explain what "pro files" you are referring to, as well as why your video is "too large to be imported"? (I've imported multi-gigabyte video files without issue.)
While waiting more information, I'll take a wild swing in the dark: have you opened Window > Asset Manager for your project and set the Film XID to match the "main video"?
Currently Being ModeratedSep 7, 2013 12:42 PM (in response to patixa)
Yes, I have entered the XID. No joy. And iAd Producer gives me a warning when importing files over 2GB. Aside from that iAd Producer 4 doesn't let me log into my iTunes account claiming the account info is wrong (it's not). What I mean by Pro files is when you buy a movie from iTunes the file is outside of the iTunes Extra as a separate file. Once the iTunes Extra and the Movie file are downloaded though they appear as one file in your library and you can click the play button and it takes you straight to the main movie. I am trying to replicate that behavior.