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Thanks for your response Eddie.
I have thoroughly researched the issues with Quick Time 7.2 but they refer to those using Quick Time as the format for sending.
I am using Windows Media.
Also, someone upgraded from Quick Time 7.2 and that didn't work.
If it's worth anything, my clients hate ClipNotes. It's too clunky, and confusing for them. I stopped using it. Plus, you don't have much control over settings. It's much easier to make an avi then a wmv or mov in another app and upload. My point is that it may not be worth figuring out.
Thanks for your response Melvin.
I guess you do have a point just that if Adobe created this thing I would at least think it would be a practical solution.
Except for Matt at Adobe help, the rest are frauds.
They don't have a clue.
I made a colossal mistake by not going with Mac and Avid.
I will soon correct that.
> I made a colossal mistake by not going with Mac and Avid.
I use Clip Notes with clents all the time, and so far, everyone is happy. I'm happy because it makes my job easier, and clients are happy because they can review the project when they want to, and take as long as they want to make comments. And they can do it from their office....
I don't have an answer to your problem, sorry...but Clip Notes is a great feature - I hope you get your problem figured out.
As for going to Mac or Avid, if you think you'll have a problem free experience there, I think you'll be surprised....
I also enjoy Clip Notes. My customers find it easy to use once i walk them through making their first comment. Certainly easier than sending a wmv with a timecode burned over it then asking them to write down commnets and type the timecode...
Clip Notes is a cool tool. I do wish the user interface was editable or skinnable to make a custom presentation rather than the standard one.
The clipnotes actually work on my laptop which has Windows XP.
Doesn't work on Vista.
Problem is, the Laptop is a single processor unit with 2 gigs of memory while the Vista Desktop is dual processor with 3 gigs of memory.
See my predicament?
I have had the Mac/Avid expereince already and for graphics work it is the best there is.
> I have had the Mac/Avid expereince already and for graphics work it is the best there is.
What kind of graphics work?
How would the ability to intergrate media between Premiere, After FX, and Photoshop compare to anything on offer by the others?
> See my predicament?
Yes, scrap Vista!! :-) Problem solved.
if you had avid and it was so great, what are you doing here
I would like clips notes A LOT better if you could export the PDF only and point to a WMV file. (You'd think it would work if you chose not to embed, but it doesn't, I tried)
> I would like clips notes A LOT better if you could export the PDF only and point to a WMV file. (You'd think it would work if you chose not to embed, but it doesn't, I tried)
You can link to an external video and it works fine (non embed option)Simply uncheck embedd and specify the url of the external wmv
Here's a quick example of a PDF referencing an external wmv. Just open teh pdf and it knows where the external wmv is and will load it.:
fyi; the WMV File is located:
Interesting. I spent hours trying to do this, and it wouldn't work. THis was in v.2 and I admit I didn't try it in 3. Will give it a try.
My clients still hate it though. Even the techo savvy ones.
Note I said I have had the Avid/Mac experience. Never said I owned any of those items. I used the Mac with Avid while working at a media house, ok.
Never used Mac on a personal (home) level before always Windows.
My experiences with Vista is making me into a Mac convert.
You suggest I scrap Vista.
Wish it was that easy.
Just bought the computer. It is now past the 14 days for return.
if I were to take out Vista and install XP, there goes my warranty.
Don't use After Effects. I have no problems importing Photoshop files into Avid.
> My experiences with Vista is making me into a Mac convert.
Then do not take it out on Premiere! :-)
XP is the way to go for now until Adobes relationship with MS Vista is sorted out.
Not taking out anything on Premiere.
Just telling it like it is.
Premiere technical help stinks, big time.
As I said, except for a person I know only as Matt.