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I previously recorded around 200 videos while on a trip, but only 72 out of the 200 would convert through voltair. The files are .CPI i used a vixia hf s200 camcorder. i need help on how i convert the rest of these videos??
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Ok -

before I comment here - questions:

1) Are you sure you're talking about something called Voltair and not Voltaic?

2) Why are you converting the footage with Voltaic instead of just importing the footage directly? Unless you're source footage is 24P and you're using an editor that doesn't support that (ie: iMovie) there is no reason to not use the direct import capability as it's usually faster, works better and is easier overall. (the actual video files are .mts/.m2ts files in the stream folder - the .cpi files are clip information files. AVCHD support on the Mac is simple as long as you don't try to fiddle or move the files out of the original AVCHD folder hierarchy)

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