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No way is there enough information for anyone to try to answer
What camera... what type of HD... what project settings (ie-do the project settings EXACTLY match the type of file)
Here are LenHewitt, "How to Ask Effective Questions" #, 4 Mar 2004 8:27 am" target="_blank"> ONE and TWO and THREE examples of asking good forum questions, as well as a LONG list of links to helpful sites in the 3rd message
Sorry. More info:
--1080i(60) hdv footage from Canon XH A1
--captured as 1080i(60) native hdv, project settings match
--computer: Dell Precision PWS390 Core2/2.13GHz/2GB RAM/NVIDIA Quadro FX 3450/4000
If you wish, you can capture a few seconds and send it to me via http://www.yousendit.com using the email address on my web site. I will check it out for you. Or just send me the URL to download.
If your project is set up correctly, and the footage is captured the way it was shot, you should not have to render.
Thanks for your reply. It looks like it took care of itself, but I'm still a little confused. The red line was appearing over everything when I was working. Then, when I closed the program and went back into it later on, everything was fine. There doesn't seem to be a problem, but I'm still a little curious as to why it even shows the render line to begin with.
No clue. Glad it worked out though.