So i had like 2-5 minutes to edit the video then i had to save and reopen it and keep doing...
Now *.camproj is finished and needs to be produced, any help to fix this/produce it?
Anyone know how to solve/can help?
I also have alot of RAM needed to run it , over 2GB at one point...
My computer shoudn't have any error runnign this...
Thanks to keep me posted asap.
CS is a 32 bit app and can only use 2 GB RAM
see if you can cut project into maybe 4 pieces [use the Library to hold those pieces]; then see if you can get 1 piece to produce by itself
let us know what happens
it would also help to have more details about the project: what kind of source clips, duration, dimensions, etc
a full screen screenshot of the project on timeline at ctl-F9 zoom, posted here, would also help
I will try to cut the timeline in 2 multiple parts.
All clips come from my gopro and most issue might be the gb's, since it uses over 20GB of clips that i cut down and speeded up into 15 minute video.
See here timeline:
Also tried Youtube render and i got new error: (mc_demux_mp4_ds.ax)
Edit: just tried saving as to cut it in multiple and got this: (Invalid or unsupported audio stream) --> if i can fix this by deliting audio, please tell me how since i don't need any recorded audio, i will add music.
If you continue to have problems, it might make sense to start over, and only work with 1 clip at a time
I'm not familiar with the gopro stuff; maybe others here , with experience using them, could chime in
all those clip speed adjustments could be tan issue
and others have reported issues using MP3s on timeline
you could also try making a short, timeline selection, across just 1 of those clips, and try produce-selection-as, a right click option
I have just started using a GoPro, my direct experience is limited. In GoPro Studio I do not see any way to export (native MP4 or AVI) without audio, that step would likely have to be done in Camtasia (delete audio track) and should be simple.
Are you playing with clip speed in Camtasia or doing it ahead of time in GoPro Studio? I understand the need for maximum flexibility but I'd think that as much of that you can do ahead of time so it's going on Camtasia timeline in it's desired velocity would go a long way towards a more stable project that Camtasia can digest.