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  • Re: PS16 AVCHD no burner recognized

    Thank you. It worked.&nbsp; I deleted all the xml files that you listed and it is now burning an AVCHD DVD.&nbsp; Thank you again
    Posted to General (Forum) by George Di Giulio on February 12, 2013
  • Re: PS16 AVCHD no burner recognized

    I deleted the xml file and restarted pinnacle but it still gives me the same error message.
    Posted to General (Forum) by George Di Giulio on February 11, 2013
  • Re: PS16 AVCHD no burner recognized

    Thank you I will give it a try
    Posted to General (Forum) by George Di Giulio on February 11, 2013
  • PS16 AVCHD no burner recognized

    Hi I have been using Avid Studio with no problem burning both SD &amp; AVCHD on DVD's. I installed Pinnacle Studio 16 and kept Avid installed also. I capture a 20 min. clip in 1920X1080 with my Canon dslr&nbsp;T3i, on Pinnacle16. I edited it and added music and a few effects. I burned it in SD on a DVD first and then tried to burn a ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by George Di Giulio on February 11, 2013
  • Re: AW: Re: How to reset your AvStudio installation.

    Just like magic when I opened Avid this morning it stated working.&nbsp; So I immediately went in and deleted all of my duplicated files in the library .&nbsp; Now it is working . In a previous post by Beauregard&nbsp; he let his machine set over night and it started working.&nbsp; Did Avid build in some magic into the program?
    Posted to General (Forum) by George Di Giulio on July 22, 2011
  • Re: AW: Re: How to reset your AvStudio installation.

    I had a lot of my files duplicated too and &nbsp;Avid would freeze up on ''init database'' &nbsp;somewhere I read to change my display setting to&nbsp; open Avid.&nbsp; Avid opened and I removed all the watch folders.&nbsp; I than removed all the captured files and the movie files except the sample movie that comes with Avid. I restarted ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by George Di Giulio on July 21, 2011
  • Re: DSLR auto-focus in video

    Greg are you using the 18-55mm lens? Did you buy both 18-55 &amp; 55-200mm lens?&nbsp; Thanks for the info.
    Posted to General (Forum) by George Di Giulio on June 8, 2011
  • Re: Nikon D3100 and AVS

    Jeff, thanks for the great explanation on DSLR and the cost to produce a good video and like you say it might be best to start with a &nbsp;prosumer level video cam and see how deep I want to go.
    Posted to General (Forum) by George Di Giulio on June 8, 2011
  • Re: DSLR auto-focus in video

    Everybody thank you for your overwhelming response. I will take a look at the Panasonic ZS7&nbsp; and the D5100 also the Sony HX7V &amp; HX9V. Having to have 2 lens seem like a lot of hassle and I don't think I want to do that? I will be looking at the reviews listed by JKoch.&nbsp; I agree with JKoch that relaying on a LCD for focus in a bright ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by George Di Giulio on June 7, 2011
  • Re: Nikon D3100 and AVS

    Thank you for all the usefull information. The focus issue seems to be a problem that I was unware of. And maybe a dedicated video cam would be a better choice. The D3100 was attachtive as the price is in my range &amp; the phisical size is large enough for my big hands.&nbsp; The newer HD camcorders are much smaller and I have a hard time with ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by George Di Giulio on June 6, 2011
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