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  • Fri, May 16 2008 5:25 AM

    • vincenzo74
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    Using Fraps and imports are all white

    I'm using Fraps on an online video game and looking to import the AVI files into my Avid Xpress Pro.  I'm using version 4.5 and after import I get a full white screen with just audio.  I tried downloading and installing new codecs, but I'm not 100% sure I've installed the rights ones.  I installed the AvidCodecsLE_1.8PC pack and it's still doing the white screen after import. Does anyoen have any ideas how to fix this?

  • Fri, May 16 2008 6:00 AM In reply to

    • vincenzo74
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    Re: Using Fraps and imports are all white

    I used VirtualDub...

    http://virtualdub.sourceforge.net/

    ... install... run...

    drag clip into window... select video from the top menu... then compression.

    change it to Avid AVI Codec 2.0d2... then configure it to your desired resolution.

    go to file... save AVI as... name it... and you're done.  You should then be able to import the Fraps without a problem.  Why did I come here? I figured it out myself... :)

     

  • Thu, Sep 25 2014 7:11 AM In reply to

    Re: Using Fraps and imports are all white

    For a complete explanation on using Fraps videos in ProTools check out this post. It covers codecs, conversion, and everything you are wanting to know :)

    http://www.playdotsound.com/portfolio-item/video-for-game-audio-capturing-and-converting-video-files-for-use-within-your-daw/

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