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Export each project as an AVI file and load the AVI files into a new project. (One project doesn't need to be exported - add the AVI files from other projects to it.)
Is there any way to import AVI files or the project as a whole in it's edited form, not as raw footage?
I have several projects edited and it would take me a while to re-edit them if I imported the raw files again.
Peter means export your completed projects.. so the edited timeline as a DV-AVI... File>Export>Movie. Then bring the different projects (exported as DV-AVI) into a new project and assemble them.
That's excellent, thanks very much
Hi there again,
I have now managed to import edited projects as AVI files using the method you
mentioned, though it seems when I bring the exported file into the timeline, the
quality has reduced in comparison to the original edited footage. The appearance
creates jagged lines in the image.
Is there any way of exporting the movie as an entire replica of the original without
compressing the files?
The jagged lines are interlacing and is normal for an interlaced video. The jaggies are only there when viewed on a non-interlaced monitor, such as a computer monitor, and wont be there when viewed on a TV.
If your final export format is for computer viewing then you can de-interlace the output or view with a media player set to deinterlace. What export format will you use? This will determine how you deinterlace? However, if your final viewing will be done on a TV then dont do anything.
Yes my final viewing will be on a TV so that answers my question perfectly.
Thank you very much for your help
Along similar lines....we are having problems exporting. We do exactly as noted above File>Export>Movie ...(as DV-AVI).
But we bet an error message...."error compliling movie/unknown error"
What type of coding is used in the source files? DV AVI?