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Slrman

 
Member Since: May 03, 2009
Location: Joo Pessoa, Brazil
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Mac Specs: 20" iMac, 266 GHz, 4GB RAM

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Xstep, thanks for the reply. Fortunately, I found the problem from tips on another forum. They suspected that I was using the free version of Flip4Mac, which would have cut the export off at 30 seconds, as I was using .wmv files as clips.

That started me thinking, I had the pay "pro" version of F4M, but I had downloaded a newer release on Monday, about the time the problem started. Fortunately, I preserve my old installation files. So I deleted F4M, then re-installed using the old version (2.2.1.11). Suddenly, everything was fine.

Why the newer release caused this, I have no idea. For sure, I'm glad that I'd saved the old install file. That's a habit I got into during the years I had to use a PC where I never knew what was going to cause a problem.

I'll send an e-mail to the F4M people advising them of the bug.

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