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    I know that it is possible to import a *.csv file when using the 'Batch Capture' dialog. Does anyone know how to write such a list and which program to use? Of course, Excel may be the best choice but I need to how the spreadsheet is built (column1, column2, etc). TIA!

  • #2
    The easiest was is just to save a blank batch capture list from Edius and use that as a template.

    Yes, you want to use a spreadsheet program to edit the .csv file with. You can pay for Microsoft Excel, or you can use the free one that comes as part of Open Office or even the free Google Spreadsheet (though this lacks some features that would be useful for this task.

    HTH

    Mark

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    • #3
      eg:

      eg.csv(execl document)

      # EDIUS Batch capture list
      # Format Version : 2
      # Created Date : Mon Jan 01 07:57:31 2007
      #
      # Reel Name FrameRate In Time Code Out Time Code File Name Comment
      带一 25 1:25 6:23 d:\edius4\a.avi
      # End of list
      welcome visit http://www.intodv.com

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      • #4
        The easiest was is just to save a blank batch capture list from Edius and use that as a template.
        That was my first thought, too. But Edius would only accept my edited list when it was altered with an editor like notepad. An *.csv file from Excel didn't work.

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        • #5
          Batch capture tool

          Maybe this will help you. I made little tool for excel!

          When you click save, program will save *.cvs file in C:\Edius_list\ (must have C: partition, program will create folder)

          You must enter IN and OUT point without any separators! For example:1 hour 1 min 2 sec is 10102 or 1 min 22 sec is 122

          In this version you must enter TC without frames (shortcut for tool is CTRL-r, it is usefull when U disable console in the final list view)

          You can send your questions on mail (mail is written on tool).

          Tool is usefull, also, when Edius isn't installed on a comp.
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          Last edited by barba; 11-02-2007, 10:59 PM.

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