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Old 03-01-2010, 01:07 AM   #1
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Trouble putting together video clips in OpenShot

I have four different .m4v video files that I encoded from DVDs using h264 (used the program Handbrake to do so). I have imported them into an OpenShot project and cut up each of the films so I have just the select scenes I would like from each. The video plays 100% fine in the preview Window however when I export the video regardless of what settings I use some of the clips come out as just black with audio, others are a frozen frame with audio, and others work 100% fine. I'm running Ubuntu 9.10 64bit.

Any suggestions on what is wrong/what I can to do to resolve this issue? I was counting on using OpenShot for a project for work I need by Thursday...




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