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Old 03-08-2005, 07:15 PM   #1
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im using video toster (newtek) an im exporting using an avi format are there any D1 formats the shake will take the video toster creates a .rtv but shk dosent take it any ideas thanks
 
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Shake uses quicktime to read movie files. I believe quicktime only supports 4-5 really old avi codecs. Your going to have to save out the avi as something else. Probably best to make it some kind of sequential files.
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ive tried to make images out of the whole thing but i end up with less frames than the original video for some reason? is there sometihng im missin

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question which file formate going form d1 to images then back to d1 , im thik tiff or tragas
 
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