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To Export Clips

  1. In Transcript Manager, select Clips in the View By drop-down menu.
  2. Choose the clips you want to export. You may use the CTRL key to select multiple non-contiguous segments or the SHIFT key to select multiple contiguous segments.
  3. Select the Export Clips option under the Clips menu.
  4. Select either Export All Clip(s) or Export Selected Clips option.
  5. Click Next to continue.
  6. Select the destination for the excerpts: a Windows folder, an email recipient, or a PowerPoint presentation.
  7. Click Next. The next steps depend on which destination you selected.

If you selected Send to Windows Folder:

  1. Specify the output settings for video or for audio-only and click Next.
  2. Click Browse to select a path for the excerpt. If you want to include synchronized captions, be sure to select Output Synchronized Text Captions (*.smi). Click Next.
  3. Specify a transition effect and transition timing for the excerpt, if desired. Click Next.
  4. Click Export to generate the excerpts.
  5. When the export process is complete, click OK to exit the wizard.

If you selected Email Recipient:

 

1. Specify a transition effect for the excerpts, if desired. Click Next.

2. Click Export to export the clips.

3. When the clips have been exported, click OK to exit the wizard. A blank e-mail message with the excerpt files attached will be opened on your screen. If the excerpts are large files, you may see a message appear saying some administrators may limit the size of email attachments.

 

If you selected PowerPoint Presentation:

 

1. Click the Browse button to select a path and filename for the exported clips. Then specify the slide settings (layout and color).

2. On the following screen, specify a transition effect for the excerpts, if desired. Click Next.

3. Click Export to export the clips. When the clips have been exported, click OK to exit the wizard. A PowerPoint file containing the excerpts will be created on your computer at the location you selected in step 1.

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To Export Clips

  1. In Transcript Manager, select Clips in the View By drop-down menu.
  2. Choose the clips you want to export. You may use the CTRL key to select multiple non-contiguous segments or the SHIFT key to select multiple contiguous segments.
  3. Select the Export Clips option under the Clips menu.
  4. Select either Export All Clip(s) or Export Selected Clips option.
  5. Click Next to continue.
  6. Select the destination for the excerpts: a Windows folder, an email recipient, or a PowerPoint presentation.
  7. Click Next. The next steps depend on which destination you selected.

If you selected Send to Windows Folder:

  1. Specify the output settings for video or for audio-only and click Next.
  2. Click Browse to select a path for the excerpt. If you want to include synchronized captions, be sure to select Output Synchronized Text Captions (*.smi). Click Next.
  3. Specify a transition effect and transition timing for the excerpt, if desired. Click Next.
  4. Click Export to generate the excerpts.
  5. When the export process is complete, click OK to exit the wizard.

If you selected Email Recipient:

 

1. Specify a transition effect for the excerpts, if desired. Click Next.

2. Click Export to export the clips.

3. When the clips have been exported, click OK to exit the wizard. A blank e-mail message with the excerpt files attached will be opened on your screen. If the excerpts are large files, you may see a message appear saying some administrators may limit the size of email attachments.

 

If you selected PowerPoint Presentation:

 

1. Click the Browse button to select a path and filename for the exported clips. Then specify the slide settings (layout and color).

2. On the following screen, specify a transition effect for the excerpts, if desired. Click Next.

3. Click Export to export the clips. When the clips have been exported, click OK to exit the wizard. A PowerPoint file containing the excerpts will be created on your computer at the location you selected in step 1.

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Guest davelawrencejohnson

When I export depo clips it gives me this weird watermark. See below:

 

attach?iid=AAMkADhmNjM5ODRmLWZjMTEtNGJhZC1iY2Q1LTNmMzY1NjRjYjkxMABGAAAAAADF1_g3UWmmQ7XgfYOhnDJUBwB7zMaV63pQSJlIRcDrMPtIAAAAAAEJAAB7zMaV63pQSJlIRcDrMPtIAABdLhcHAAA%3D&itype=Message&aid=AAMkADhmNjM5ODRmLWZjMTEtNGJhZC1iY2Q1LTNmMzY1NjRjYjkxMABGAAAAAADF1_g3UWmmQ7XgfYOhnDJUBwB7zMaV63pQSJlIRcDrMPtIAAAAAAEJAAB7zMaV63pQSJlIRcDrMPtIAABdLhcHAAABEgAQAKSLmpsvw39HtmokLYFxmd8%3D&account_id=1

 

Do you know how to get rid of that? I can’t find anything on why that would appear or even a “StandardMpeg.com� website. It’s bizarre. I’ve tried every format and it shows up on all of them. It’s on all the other depo videos I’ve exported too. Can you help me out here? Trial is on Monday! Thanks!

 

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