vidoman wrote:Look in your Plug-Ins folder to see if it is there. If so you could try deleting it, however I'm not sure of all locations the plug-in is installed. I've never purchased the MP4 plug-in for MSP8. You may need to do a repair or reinstall MSP8...
mathis wrote:Thanks for the suggestion, Rick.
I do have access to the Ulead (now Corel) website and see that all my serial numbers are there, too. I'm sure that I have the CD here somewhere, so I'll try to find it before I ask Steve to post them.
I'll let you know what happens.
Sure didn't mean to mislead you... Sorry about that.
In thinking about the fact that you can not load mp4's that your camera creates, I suspect that your camera uses H264 as the codec. I think mp4 is like many file extensions in that it is a container that can "hold" several different video file codecs. (MPEG 4, H263, H264, etc.)
You can check the codec of your original files using Quicktime to play one & selecting "window", & then "show movie inspector"
I have used the free version of VS 11.5 that Corel gave me as a MSP 8 owner (July, 2008) to open & convert or do light modifying of videos with H264 codec.
MSP 8 will open mp4 files with MPEG 4 or H263 codec used but not H264. Wish I had thought about all this before I suggested you purchase.
For what it's worth I haven't had any unusual problems rendering out as MPEG 1 or 2 since installing the mp4 plug in. I think there is an update to the plug-in available on the old ULead page. Check here, "http://www.ulead.com/tech/msp/msp_ftp.htm"
You would think that a purchase made "today" would include an update pack from Dec. 2005, whatever...
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