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Dropped frames and a screeching sound in FCP6


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Hi Guys,

I have a bit of a problem and i am hoping some of you guys might be able to help me out, I have shot some scenes with my cannon T2i AND 24fps and converted that into "Proxy codec" or FCP so that the editing is easy but when I playback the video i see some dropped frames and the viewer goes black for a spilt second and it happens very often so while the audio is playing there is a screeching sound that happens.

can you please help me out I have also tried changing te codec to "Apple Pro Res 422" but with the same result...

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