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Old 09-10-2008, 01:00 PM
SteveH44 SteveH44 is offline
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Default Video import Error

When importing Quicktime video clips with multiple regions (mono/stereo), and trying to move these multiple audio regions to different tracks, I get this error >
" Could not complete the Region slide command because Assertion in "/Volumes/Development/vb_joplin/AlturaPorts/NewFileLib/CoreFoundationMacBuild/../../Time/Time_Converter.cpp", line 99. If you leave minimum one region on the track, you can move the rest of the track to any other track you want. It just won't let you move all regions to other tracks at the same time. I know this sounds rather convoluted and maybe I'm not explaining it correctly, but this is the problem. Is this just not allowed ?

Setup:Mac G5 2.5g DP OSX v10.4.11, PT v7.41cs7, QT v7.55

Thanks in advance
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