12-17-2003, 09:33 PM #1Wu-wayGuestdropframe and timecode break capturing via firewire
I 've just installed x.3.2 and same problem.
dropframe and timecodebreak capturing via firewire , in imovie and final cut 4.
Cant believe. I will have to downgrade to x.2 if the problem persists. How can apple sell products like this? it remembers me when microsoft launched windows 95.
12-17-2003, 09:42 PM #2
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The question still stands from the other thread. What version of the applications are you using? I believe that Final Cut is at 4.1 and iMovie is at 3.0.3. Have you check the Apple boards to see if there is a resolution to your problem?
12-18-2003, 06:41 AM #3Wu-wayGuest
The versions i was using were Final cut 4.1 and i don't remember imovie , now i am at work (here everything goes well) except final cut 4 that misses sound. I can't work with sound but when the movie is done the audio can be heared.
I will try tonight to install latest version of imovie , but i believe the problem is panther or perhaps camera incompatibilities with panther.
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