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Creating DepoView Volumes from Other File Types


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Need to create a DepoView volume from a sync done in a different application?

If you have a sync file that TimeCoder Pro can import (*.cms; *.xmef; *.ptf\*.vid; *.ptx; *.mdb; *.pts) You can import it into TimeCoder Pro to create a DepoView Volume.

From the File\Import From menu, select the option for the file that you have.

You will get an import Wizard, which will allow you to select the file, and proceed through.

You will come to an option to “Preserve Original Timecodes�. Check that box and click on Add to link your video files, then continue through the import process.

Once it is complete, you should see your transcript, and be able to see timestamps in the Left hand column.

From here, you should be able to export it like any other Transcript.

 

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Need to create a DepoView volume from a sync done in a different application?

If you have a sync file that TimeCoder Pro can import (*.cms; *.xmef; *.ptf\*.vid; *.ptx; *.mdb; *.pts) You can import it into TimeCoder Pro to create a DepoView Volume.

From the File\Import From menu, select the option for the file that you have.

You will get an import Wizard, which will allow you to select the file, and proceed through.

You will come to an option to “Preserve Original Timecodes�. Check that box and click on Add to link your video files, then continue through the import process.

Once it is complete, you should see your transcript, and be able to see timestamps in the Left hand column.

From here, you should be able to export it like any other Transcript.

 

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Need to create a DepoView volume from a sync done in a different application?

If you have a sync file that TimeCoder Pro can import (*.cms; *.xmef; *.ptf\*.vid; *.ptx; *.mdb; *.pts) You can import it into TimeCoder Pro to create a DepoView Volume.

From the File\Import From menu, select the option for the file that you have.

You will get an import Wizard, which will allow you to select the file, and proceed through.

You will come to an option to “Preserve Original Timecodes�. Check that box and click on Add to link your video files, then continue through the import process.

Once it is complete, you should see your transcript, and be able to see timestamps in the Left hand column.

From here, you should be able to export it like any other Transcript.

 

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