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  • Mon, May 7 2018 2:04 PM

    • Pepijn1987
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    Title effect on source material

    Hi there,

    I have been working on a vlog in AVID using material shot with my Samsung Galaxy S8. I am working on the latest version of AVID in a project with settings 1080P/25fps. On some, not all, of my imported media files there appear to be title effects, unrendered. I have trouble with playing timelines and researched the message I keep getting, which could be related to effects wrongfully or not rendered (see message below)

    "Exception: DIDReader::XraiseUnexpectedStreamStatus async timeout error".

    Can anybody help with my problem? Can I either remove effects from my imported media and if I can, how does this work? Or can I render the effect on my imported media and if so, how does this work?

    Hope my question is a bit clear. 

    Kind regars,

    Ppeijn

     

  • Thu, May 10 2018 4:16 PM In reply to

    • RalphC
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    Re: Title effect on source material

    Hi Ppeijn,

       Please complete your Profile to include machine specs and OS version. This will help us resolve the issue.

     

     

    Thanks,

    RalphC

    MacBook Pro 15 2018 Intel Core i7 2.6GHz Mac 10.13.6 Intel UHD 630. [view my complete system specs]
  • Thu, May 10 2018 4:19 PM In reply to

    • smrpix
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    Re: Title effect on source material

    Far more likely it's a timing (frame rate) modifier.  GS8 shoots variable frame rate (VFR) natively.

    Transcode to a native Avid codec for easier editing.  You can choose to keep the VFR or change to a Constant Frame Rate, but you must output at CFR.

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