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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

    This is a test. Media Composer 8.8 w/Symphony option, HP Envy 17t-j100 Quad Edition laptop, Windows 10 Pro, Intel Core i7 2.4GHz, 16 GB RAM, nVidia GeForce... [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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