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Controlling playbackVideo playback, import, and export ► Video playback on a FireWire DV device

1.
Go to Edit > Preferences > Audio - Configuration File.
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Under Configuration Settings, click Edit Config File.
The Aud.ini file opens in the default Windows text editor.
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In Aud.ini, create a new [Video] section and add a new entry called VideoEngine and set its value to 0. For example:
4.
Save Aud.ini and close the Windows text editor.
5.
Click Reload Config Settings to reload the current audio configuration settings from Aud.ini.
1.
Use the File > Export > Video command.
The Export Video dialog box appears.
2.
In the File Name field, type a name for your new video.
3.
In the Save as Type field, choose Video for Windows.
4.
Click the Encoding Options button to open the AVI Encoder options dialog box, and choose DV Video Encoder in the Video Codec field. Click OK.
5.
Click the Audio Mixdown Options button to open a dialog box of audio mixdown options. Choose the audio options you want, but remember that if you plan to save the project to DV tape, choose the following audio format:
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Channel Format. Choose Stereo.
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Sample Rate. Choose 48000.
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Bit Depth. Choose 16.
6.
Click Save to export your video.
Once you save the video file, it can be re-inserted into a project (see Importing and playing back videos). If the project will ultimately be exported to tape, that project will need to have an audio sample rate of 48 KHz playing back at 16 bits.
3.
In Cakewalk’s video view (Views > Video command), right-click the Video view and choose External DV Output > <name of external DV device> from the pop-up menu.
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