2629 Views 7 Replies Latest reply: Jun 3, 2009 2:16 PM by David Bogie Chq-1
Thanks guys for the responses. I did check out the Mac System Preferences per Jeff's suggestion and verified that I have Flip4Mac WMV Studio Pro HD installed. However, on the upgrade tab I don't see anything to be "activated." I unlock the panel to "make changes" and two of the three buttons light up. "Upgrade License" stays gray while "Change Serial Number" and "Deactivate Serial Number" light up. I don't think I need to mess with any of this.
Jeff, what did you have to do to "activate" this tab?
The update for version 220.127.116.11 says it deals only with "Support Garbage Collection under Leopard." This seems insignificant but I'm going to install the upgrade and test again.
(This error shortens the clip by approx. 15 to 60 frames.)
I export Quicktime reference movies from FCP and take them into Compressor to convert the file to a WMV movie. After the WMV is created it is consistently SHORTER than my original. My work around is to lengthen my black slug at the end to ensure that the WMV movie will end in black. This seems to be a silly problem and I don't like the trial-and-error of my work around.
1) Has anyone else experienced this?
2) Work-around / solution suggestions?<
Okie dokie. Looking back over your entire thread, I need to ask what the production timeline is and what are the exported format settings?
AFAIK, there's no reason for Flip to treat your clips any differently than all other codecs. That is, if you export a 4 minute clip out of FCP and Flip only processes 3:29:15 of it, every other codec should do the same thing. Do they?