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What kind of media? What export settings?
Good point, More data needed.. Just looking for a simple seen, that this is what you do.
Input: HDV timeline
Output: DV-WS, MS AVI
Settings: highest quality, max bit depth, etc
Used to do this in CS3 without problem.
I'm afraid I don't work at all with HDV.
Someone may have a direct response; I don't have CS4.
but I'll say that if I am presenting at an imaging conference, I want to know it is working. There have been numerous issues posted regarding opening CS3 projects in CS4. Either stick with CS3 for this presentation, or do a new project in CS4 and test it to the max.
I'd also reconsider and do a "video tutorial" style movie so I know what I am going to see. (But I like your idea, so I'd keep working that.)
Don't have an answer (screen caps might help). Remember that all the footage in your CS3 comp will have a different PAR in CS4.
Did you try making a new transistion and title, are you getting the same thing?
I usually test reasonably well for these things. But if it goes poorly; I can just blame PP CS4 The FCP folks will love it.
Seems pretty consistant with timeing.
Also, PP 4 seems to crash a great deal more frequently in my environment than CS3. Have you seen that?
I haven't had CS4 crash at all yet, though it's only been a short while.