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by Spooks
17 Oct 2013, 22:45
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Importing video footage issues
Replies: 19
Views: 23156

Re: Importing video footage issues

Sorry, I'm using version 10, standard. And the specific video file I was trying to import is an .mov, though I have tried .avi, single images, image sequences, as well as different .mov files for testing purposes. What version of TVPaint 10 do you have ? (10.X.X) If not already done, you should upg...
by Spooks
17 Oct 2013, 12:10
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Importing video footage issues
Replies: 19
Views: 23156

Re: Importing video footage issues

Sorry, I'm using version 10, standard. And the specific video file I was trying to import is an .mov, though I have tried .avi, single images, image sequences, as well as different .mov files for testing purposes.
by Spooks
17 Oct 2013, 09:19
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Importing video footage issues
Replies: 19
Views: 23156

Re: Importing video footage issues

slowtiger wrote:Workaround: import the video into a new project.
Same issue. Stuck as "720x576" no matter what I do, it doesn't allow me to change it. Framerate still screwed... I've been at this for days, trying different methods. Nothing seems to work.
by Spooks
17 Oct 2013, 07:49
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Importing video footage issues
Replies: 19
Views: 23156

Re: Importing video footage issues

Well, in my version, just like in almost any piece of software, I have File > Open... And in that panel, I have tabs enabling me to choose among import as a new project, a new clip, or a new layer... Which codec is used in your video ? Here, every video I tried opens with its native size. I'm not t...
by Spooks
17 Oct 2013, 02:42
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Importing video footage issues
Replies: 19
Views: 23156

Importing video footage issues

It is to my understanding that to do so, you simply drag the footage into TVP and an import window should pop up. This doesn't always work, so is there another way to reach this menu? More importantly, if I have some footage that is 1280x720, why is it that it always "imports" as 720x576? It says "c...