DebugMode Wax

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    "Would be lovely if it worked"

    June 18, 2011  |   By ueberferret


    It could be lovely


    It isn't lovely. The problem is that it is IMPOSSIBLE to import most video formats, and it is equally IMPOSSIBLE to get any even vaguely accurate information about which video formats it can import.


    It says it will import AVI, but AVIis just a wrapper, so many AVI formats fail. FFMPEG will make you all sorts of AVI files, so it ought to be possible quite easily to provide this software with the video formats it requires, but it just won't tell you what it needs! Great pity: a potentially great program rendered useless by insufficient documentation and an unwillingness of the authors to engage in the many forum points that ask about this point.

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