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I’m not sure, I used to 4K HDR copy on every film.
Could you check if you have the latest/updated version of those movies? I don't know if these were affected, but some were updated with ATMOS soundtracks. I wonder if previous releases had a different internal identifier that doesn't line up in the script.
For instance, the first issue I arrived at was in step 6 - "Play Captain America: The First Avenger scene 6", my list shows only 5 scenes, and all have descriptive titles (not numbered).
John, thank you for responding.Before you try re-creating the entire Script, try fixing whatever is wrong with the import of the Script. My first suggestion is to make sure you are on the “Script“ page and not the Scenes page. At the top off the Script page it will have “Script: Choose” box. At the bottom of the page it will have import from a file.
If you are on the right page, then check and make sure you are importing the right file type. It should start with “script_” and be a .dat file.
I have some directions on scripting somewhere and will try to fine them.
Let me know if any of this helps.
John, the step I specified actually says "Play Captain America: The First Avenger scene 6". Meaning, I literally copied/pasted that from the import script pop-up window.I can see how this would through you off. This is not a Scene. It is a “Play Movie” command and then tells it to stop after a given amount of time and move to the next action. There are a number of ones like this in this script.
John, I have only one movie downloaded as HDR (mentioned in previous post), completed just moments before trying this latest file , and the steps related to that HDR movie imported successfully.Michael,
Try importing the attached file and see if it loads.