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Hi-

I've read about more than a few problems with video and Samplitude but they

were written some time back and referring to older versions of Samplitude.

I'm currently on Samp Prox 3 Suite.

Wondering if anyone might be so kind as to offer some tips on

working with video files before I spend 3 hours driving myself crazy

on hit or miss experiments. Just did one and the software locked. :)

Hoping some progress has been made since earlier versions.

Many thanks, Bob

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Whoops, I think he was merely pointing out links to various youtube videos available.

Nothing there in regards to loading and working with video inside samp but

thanks again for taking the time.

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Oh, sorry - I was going by the table of contents. I do know that there was some discussion here in this forum about it, though.

I'll report back if I can find it.

Terry

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in the "read me" of the new update for pro x3, they wrote of some video fixes.

have you already updated? it may remove some trouble ...

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One thing I did NOT know until upgrading to Pro X3 Suite was that Sound Forge works with video - even some rudimentary editing, apparently.

Terry

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Matthias

Thanks for input.

I did update and saw.

Tried loading a video that's Mpeg 4 h264

Samplitude hiccupped and generated a report which I sent.

It then suggested I tried rebooting it and I did and tried again.

THIS TIME.....the video loaded and I loaded video with audio.

However, only about 50% of the audio loaded (front end of audio)

and was shifted to the rear of the video.

I've sent them a note on this as well. At least now I'm able

to load a video and have it play okay with big screen as well.

I'll post here of any additional findings/success that I'm able to retrieve.

Thanks, Bob

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