Canon EOS-1D C Instruction Manual for Windows

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Software for Playing, Merging and Saving Movies
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EOS MOVIE Utility
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1D X
5D Mk III
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System Requirements
EOS MOVIE Utility (hereinafter, “EMU”) is software for playing, merging
and saving MOV format movies shot on the supported camera.
● Refer to the Canon Web site for information on the system
requirements.
● Main Features of EMU
With EMU, you can smoothly play movie files shot on the supported
camera. You can also use View Assist for playing movies shot on an
EOS-1D C with Canon Log gamma. In addition, you can
consecutively play back multiple 4 GB movie files created from one
clip (shot successively), merge them into a single file, and save it
(EOS-1D C and EOS 7D Mark II only). Extracting still images is also
possible.
● What is Canon Log gamma?
Movie type
Extension
MOV format movies shot on the supported camera*
.MOV
*Video snapshot albums are not supported.
● Video files in MP4 format are not supported.
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EOS 6D
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● What is a movie clip?
Do not remove the memory card from the card reader during
access.
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Supported Movies
This function allows rich gradation expression from dark points to
bright points, applying a wide dynamic range. It maximizes the
excellent capability of CMOS sensor.
A movie recorded in a single shooting operation is called a movie
clip.
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EOS 5D Mark III
EOS 70D
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Introduction ................................................................ 2
System Requirements................................................ 2
Supported Movies ...................................................... 2
Supported Camera..................................................... 2
Installing the Software................................................ 4
Starting up EMU......................................................... 4
Basic Screen .............................................................. 5
Main Window ................................................................ 5
Playing Back a Movie Clip.......................................... 6
Movie Clip Playback ..................................................... 6
Playback Control........................................................... 7
Adjusting Volume.......................................................... 8
Changing the Playback Speed ..................................... 8
Moving the Playback Position....................................... 8
Setting Markers............................................................. 9
Playing a Specified Range......................................... 10
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Playing Back Movies Shot with Canon Log Gamma set to
[On] ............................................................................ 11
Playing Back in Full Screen ....................................... 12
Switching the Movie Display Size .............................. 13
Confirming the Movie File Information ..................... 14
Saving All the Frames where Markers are Set as Still
Images........................................................................ 19
Merging and Saving Movie Files ............................. 20
Checking the Movie Files in a Movie Clip................... 20
Merging Split Movie Files and Saving as a Single File... 21
Merging All the Split Movie Files in the Folder and
Saving as a Single File ........................................... 21
Merging Split Movie Files for a Single Movie Clip and
Saving as a Single File ............................................... 23
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Troubleshooting.......................................................... 24
Error Messages .......................................................... 25
Keyboard Controls...................................................... 26
Uninstalling the Software............................................ 27
About This Instruction Manual .................................... 28
Trademarks ................................................................ 28
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Saving Still Images................................................... 15
Still Image Capture Settings ...................................... 15
Still Image Saving Controls........................................ 17
Saving Individual Still Images .................................... 17
Saving Multiple Still Images....................................... 18
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Installing the Software
Starting up EMU
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Double-click the desktop shortcut.
When installing this software, an administrator-level privilege is
required.
Double-click
the compressed EMU file (.zip format)
1 Double-click
downloaded from the Canon Web site to open it.
2 Double-click “emuw120.exe” in the folder.
3 Follow on-screen instructions for installation.
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➜ EMU starts up and the main window appears.
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● Starting up multiple EMU at the same time is not possible.
● If the screen’s font size is set to other than 96dpi, characters in
dialog boxes or buttons may not be correctly displayed.
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Main Window
You can view, play back, stop movie clips, save still images or merge and save movie files in the main window.
Menu
Menu to execute all functions.
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Preview area
Displays a clip to be played back.
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Control area
For operations such as controlling
playback, capturing still images,
merging and saving movie files.
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Playing Back a Movie Clip
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The method for playing back a movie clip is described here.
It is recommended that you first copy the folder on the memory card in
which the movie clips are saved to your computer using a card reader.
Movie files shot on a camera are recorded on the memory card with
the folder structure shown below.
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DCIM
Movie Clip Playback
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100EOSxx
or
100CANON
MVI_xxxx.MOV
MVI_xxxx.MOV
In the main window, select the [File] menu X [Select
a clip folder].
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MVI_xxxx.MOV
➜ The [Browse For Folder] dialog box appears.
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MVI_xxxx.MOV
Select the folder where the movie clip to play is
saved, and then click the [OK] button.
101EOSxx
or
101CANON
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102CANON
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➜ The [Clip list] dialog box appears.
● You can also select folders on the memory card directly by
inserting the memory card in the card reader and then connect it
to the computer.
● You cannot directly select folders on the camera’s memory card
by connecting the camera to the computer.
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With this software, if the above folder structure is not maintained, it
may not be possible to play back the movie clips properly. When
playing back movie clips, make sure the above folder structure is
maintained and the DCIM folder at the upper layer of the folder
structure is selected. Even when the folder structure is maintained,
be aware that it may not be possible to play back the clips properly if
the name of the selected folder, originally [DCIM], has been
changed to another name.
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the movie clip to be played back in the [Clip
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list] dialog box.
Playback Control
During playback, buttons allow you to perform the following operations.
In point marker (display only)
Out point marker (display only)
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➜ The image of the movie clip appears in the main window.
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In the main window, click the [
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Play/Stop
Next frame
Previous
Adjust playback speed
frame
Jump to the frame at the Out point
Play a specified range
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Jump to the frame at the In point
Set the Out point (ending point)*
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Set the In point (starting point)*
* These buttons specify the In (start) and Out (end) points when specifying
a playback range (p.10) or saving multiple still images (p.18).
➜ The movie clip is played.
● For operations during playback, see “Playback Control” on the
right of this page, and p.8 to p.13 (“Adjusting Volume” to
“Switching the Movie Display Size”).
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● In the [Clip list] dialog box, you can switch between movie clips
with the <><> keys on the keyboard or by clicking the mouse.
● You can also double-click a movie clip name in the [Clip list]
dialog box to play back a movie clip.
● Even if you close the [Clip list] dialog box, the content of the list is
saved. If you click the [
] (Clip list) button in the control area or
select [Clip list] from the [View] menu, the [Clip list] reappears.
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Consecutive playback of multiple 4 GB movie files created from one
clip (shot successively) is only supported for
1D C
and 7D Mk II .
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● Each time you click the [
changes as follows.
Adjusting Volume
You can adjust volume during playback with the volume slider.
Movie clip frame
rate
Drag the volume slider left or right.
59.94p
50p
Volume slider
Mute button
● To temporarily turn audio off, click the [
] (mute) button.
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Playback
speed
] button, the playback speed
Frame rate after changing
playback speed
x1.0
59.94p
x0.5
29.97p
x0.4
23.98p
x1.0
50p
x0.5
25p
x1.0
Movie clip frame rate
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* You cannot click the playback speed adjustment button.
Changing the Playback Speed
Audio is not played during slow playback (when playback speed is
x0.5 or x0.4).
You can change the movie playback speed.
Click the [
] button while a movie is played.
Playback speed
adjustment button
Current
playback speed
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You can move the playback position with the frame position slider.
Drag the frame position slider left or right while a clip
is played or stopped.
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Setting Markers
Markers can be used for tasks such as specifying the playback start
position. Up to 5 markers can be set.
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Drag the frame position slider left or right and click
the [ ] (Add marker) button at the position where
you want to set a marker.
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➜ The marker is set.
● Up to 5 markers can be set.
● Click the [
] or [
] button to select the next marker in the
arrow direction and display the frame at that position.
If there is no other marker between the selected marker and the
start of the clip, the first frame in the clip is selected and
displayed. If there is no other marker between the selected
marker and the end of the clip, the last frame in the clip is
selected and displayed.
● Click the [
] (Marker list) button to display the list of markers.
It displays a numbered list of markers and time codes in order
from the beginning of the clip.
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• Select a number from the list and click the [Move] button to
move the position of the selected marker, and the frame at that
position is displayed. Effective when only one number is
selected.
• Select a number from the list and click the [Delete] button to
delete the selected maker.
• You can save the frames at all the marker positions on the list
as still images. (p.19)
● You can set a marker by clicking the [
] (Add marker) button
even during playback.
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The marker settings in the selected clip are saved automatically,
and the settings continue to be effective the next time you work with
the clip in EMU.
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Playing a Specified Range
You can play back only a specified range of a selected clip.
1 Follow steps 1 to 3 in “Movie Clip Playback” .
the frame position slider left or right until the
2 Drag
frame where you want to start playback appears,
Drag the frame position slider left or right until the
frame where you want to stop playback appears,
then click the Out point button.
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Out point button
then click the In point button.
In point button
In point marker
➜ The In point marker is now displayed, and the starting point for
playback is set.
● You can click this button even during movie playback to specify
the In point.
● Once you have specified the In point, you can jump to the frame
at the In point by clicking the [
] (move to IN point) button. If no
In point has been set, clicking this button jumps to the first frame.
You can click the [
] (move to IN point) button even during
movie playback.
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Out point marker
➜ The Out point marker is now displayed, and the ending point for
playback is set.
● You can click this button even during movie playback to specify
the Out point.
● Once you have specified the Out point, you can jump to the
frame at the Out point by clicking the [
] (move to OUT point)
button. If no Out point has been set, clicking this button jumps to
the last frame. You can click the [
] (move to OUT point) button
even during movie playback.
● The maximum range between In and Out points is one hour.
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Click the [
] (Play IN-OUT) button.
Playing Back Movies Shot with Canon Log
Gamma set to [On]
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➜ The range of the clip between the IN point and the Out point is
played back.
● The In and Out points can be removed from [Marker] on the main
screen menu.
Select [Delete IN point], [Delete OUT point], or [Delete both IN
point and OUT point] as required.
● When no In or Out point has been set, the range played back is
as follows.
• When no In point has been set, the playback range extends
from the first frame of the clip to the Out point.
• When no Out point has been set, the playback range extends
from the In point to the last frame of the clip.
• When no In point and no Out point have been set, the playback
range is the entire clip.
Movies shot on an EOS-1D C with Canon Log gamma (p.2) set to [On]
will look dark and have low contrast by default. If you apply a look-up
table (LUT) and play back the clip, you can check the clip with an image
close to normal display.
1 Checkmark the [LUT] checkbox.
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● [LUT] checkbox is not available if movies were shot with Canon
Log gamma set to [Off].
Play back the selected movie.
● Perform the operations described in “Movie Clip Playback” (p.6).
➜ The LUT is applied and the movie is played back.
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You can check or uncheck the LUT checkbox with the <B> key on
the board.
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The In and Out point settings in the selected clip are saved
automatically, and the settings continue to be effective the next time
you work with the clip in EMU.
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Playing Back in Full Screen
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In the main window, select the [View] menu
2 Screen].
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Play back a movie.
● Follow operations in “Movie Clip Playback” (p.6).
X [Full
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➜ The movie played back is displayed in full screen.
● You can also double-click the preview area to display the movie
in full screen.
● To cancel full screen display, press the <Esc> key or double-click
the mouse.
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Enlarged position in guide area
Switching the Movie Display Size
You can apply either [Fit to window] mode, [100%] mode, or [200%]
mode as the method for displaying a movie in the preview area.
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Select the [View] menu X [Fit to window]/[Change
magnification].
When you select [Change magnification], choose
[100%] or [200%] in the magnification change list box
in the control area.
➜ The image is displayed in the preview area with the selected
display mode.
● In [Fit to window] mode, the image is displayed completely within
the preview area.
● In [100%] mode, the image is enlarged to 100% (actual pixel
size) and displayed in the preview area.
● In [200%] mode, the image is enlarged to 200% and displayed in
the preview area.
● To change the display position of an image in [100%] mode or
[200%] mode, drag the image in the preview area.
● If you remove the checkmark from the [100%] or [200%]
checkbox in the magnification change list box, the display will
change to [Fit to window] mode.
● In [100%] or [200%] mode, you can use the guide area, which
represents the entire image, to check the position of the image
within the preview area.
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Confirming the Movie File Information
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You can display and confirm shooting information for movie clips.
the [
] (Clip list) button in the control menu
1 Click
on the main screen.
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➜ The [Clip list] dialog box appears.
● Note that this function is available after you select a folder in
which the movie files to be confirmed are saved. If no folder is
selected, follow steps 1 to 2 in “Movie Clip Playback” (p.6) to
select a folder.
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the [
] (Shooting information) button in the
3 Click
control menu on the main screen.
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In the [Clip list] dialog box, select a movie clip to
display its shooting information.
➜ The shooting information is displayed in the [Shooting
Information] window.
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Saving Still Images
Still images can be extracted and saved from the current movie clip.
Still Image Capture Settings
First, complete the settings for how still images are saved from movies.
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In the main window, select the [File] menu X [Still
Image Capture Settings].
➜ The [Still Image Capture Settings] dialog box appears.
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On the [General] tab, complete the settings as
necessary.
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● Under [Kind of file], select the desired file format.
Select [TIFF] to save images as uncompressed 8-bit RGB TIFFs.
By default, [JPEG] saves images at the highest setting in [Image
quality].
● When the file format specified in [Kind of file] under [Image
format] is set to [JPEG] and [Capture as-is when re-encoding is
not necessary] is checkmarked, still images will be extracted
from movies without modifications for the following movies.
Faster processing will be achieved.
• 4K movies shot with Canon Log gamma set to [Off]
• 4K movies shot with Canon Log gamma set to [On] without
applying an LUT
● To specify the destination, click the [
] button under [Folder for
Exported Files] and choose the location in the [Browse For
Folder] dialog box.
● To save still images in a new subfolder, checkmark
[Automatically generate a subfolder for each clip switch]. This
option prevents files from being renamed if the destination folder
already contains files with the same name.
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● To name still image files or edit existing names, checkmark
[Rename Files]. In [New file name], enter a name or change the
existing name. File names can be up to 30 characters. Note that
still image files cannot be renamed unless this option is
checkmarked. In such a case, the file name will be the same with
the original movie clip.
● To append a serial number to file names that indicates the
number of times still images have been captured from a movie
clip, checkmark [Include still image capture count]. In [Still image
capture count], enter the first serial number, in the range 0–
99999.
● To reset the serial number in [Still image capture count] when you
select another movie clip, checkmark [Reset when selected as
clip].
● To append the time code to the end of file names, select [Time
code] under [Image sequence settings]. To append a serial
number, select [Initial Value for Consecutive Numbers].
On the [File name] tab, complete the settings as
necessary and click the [OK] button.
➜ The settings are now complete.
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Still Image Saving Controls
Saving Individual Still Images
When you save still images, you can perform the following operation
with buttons.
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In point marker (display only)
Save a still image
Out point marker (display only)
Save multiple
Marker (display only)
still images
Set the marker
In the main window, select the [View] menu X
[Clip list].
➜ The [Clip list] dialog box appears.
2 Drag the frame position slider left or right to display
3 the frame to save.
Select a movie clip in the [Clip list] dialog box.
Display the marker list
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Jump to the frame at
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the Out point
images
Jump to the frame at
the In point
Set the Out point (ending point)*
Set the In point (starting point)*
* These buttons specify the In (start) and Out (end) points when specifying
a playback range (p.10) or saving multiple still images (p.18).
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Move the marker
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Save individual still image button
➜ A still image is saved following the settings in the [Still Image
Capture Settings] dialog box.
● You can also click this button during movie playback to save still
images. In this case, playback is paused as the current frame is
saved as a still image.
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1D C : To save still images with the LUT applied, checkmark
[LUT] checkbox.
● Focal length, shutter speed, ISO speed, white balance and GPS
information in the shooting information appended to the image
are values when the movie shooting started. However, the date
and time when the still image was actually shot will be calculated
and appended as shooting date and time.
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Saving Multiple Still Images
By specifying a segment in the current movie clip, you can save all
frames within the segment as still images.
In the main window, select the [View] menu
1 [Clip
list].
Drag the frame position slider left or right to display
the ending frame, and then click the Out point
button.
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➜ The [Clip list] dialog box appears.
2 Select a movie clip in the [Clip list] dialog box.
the frame position slider left or right to display
3 Drag
the starting frame, and then click the In point button
when a frame from which you want to start saving
appears.
In point button
In point marker
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➜ The In point marker is now displayed, and the starting point for
still images to save is set.
● You can also click this button during movie playback to specify
the In point.
● Once you have specified the In point, you can jump to the frame
at the In point by clicking the [
] (move to IN point) button. If no
In point has been set, clicking this button jumps to the first frame.
You can also click the [
] (move to IN point) button during
movie playback.
Out point button
Out point marker
➜ The Out point marker is now displayed, and the ending point for
still images to save is set.
● You can also click this button during movie playback to specify
the Out point.
● Once you have specified the Out point, you can jump to the
frame at the Out point by clicking the [
] (move to OUT point)
button. If no Out point has been set, clicking this button jumps to
the last frame. You can also click the [
] (move to OUT point)
button during movie playback.
● The maximum range between In and Out points is one hour.
● The In and Out points can be removed from [Marker] on the main
screen menu.
Select [Delete IN point], [Delete OUT point], or [Delete both IN
point and OUT point] as required.
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Click the Save multiple still images button.
Saving All the Frames where Markers are Set as Still Images
Click the [
] button.
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Save multiple still images button
➜ Still images are saved following the settings in the [Still Image
Capture Settings] dialog box. All frames between the In and Out
points are saved as still images.
● You can also click this button during movie playback to save still
images. In this case, playback is paused during capture.
➜ All the frames specified with the markers are saved as still
images using the settings made in the [Still Image Capture
Settings] window.
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procedures as below.
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] (Marker list) button in the control area
1 Click
to display the marker list.
the [Capture all images] button in the marker
2 Click
list.
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The In and Out point settings in the selected clip are saved
automatically, and the settings continue to be effective the next time
you work with the clip in EMU.
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Merging and Saving Movie Files
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7D Mk II
When you shoot movies with the supported camera, the movie file will
be split by 4 GB and multiple movie files will be created automatically,
even for a single shooting. You can merge these multiple files and save
them as a single file with this function. Note that this function only
supports movies shot with 1D C or 7D Mk II .
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In the [Clip list] dialog box, select the movie clip
whose structure you want to check, right-click with
the mouse, and select [Show structure of the clip]
from the menu that appears.
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Checking the Movie Files in a Movie Clip
In EMU, the split movie files will be displayed as a single movie clip. You
can check the structure of a movie clip and see the movie files that
consist the movie clip in the procedures as below.
In the main window, select the [View] menu
1 list].
X [Clip
➜ The [Clip list] dialog box appears.
● To use this function, you must first select the folder in which the
movie clips to check are saved. If a folder is not selected, follow
steps 1 to 2 of “Movie Clip Playback” (p.6) to select a folder.
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Movie file names are displayed
in several lines for a movie clip
made up of split movie files.
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Merging Split Movie Files and Saving as a
Single File
Click the [
] button for [Folder for Files to be
Merged] and then select the folder in which the
movie files to be merged are saved.
You can merge multiple split movie files composing a movie clip and
save them as a single file. The original movie files are kept as they are
in the folder they were originally saved.
Merging All the Split Movie Files in the Folder
and Saving as a Single File
1 Click the Merge split files button in the main window.
Merge split files button
➜ The [Merge Files] dialog box appears.
➜ In the main window, you can also select the [Tools] menu X
[Merge split files] to display the [Merge Files] dialog box.
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Movie files shot on a camera are recorded on the memory card with
the folder structure shown below.
the [
] button for [Folder for Exported Files]
3 Click
and then select the folder for saving the merged
movie file.
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DCIM
100EOSxx
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100CANON
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MVI_xxxx.MOV
MVI_xxxx.MOV
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MVI_xxxx.MOV
101EOSxx
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101CANON
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MVI_xxxx.MOV
MVI_xxxx.MOV
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● A message appears when merging and saving are complete.
MVI_xxxx.MOV
102EOSxx
or
102CANON
Click the [Start] button.
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MVI_xxxx.MOV
MVI_xxxx.MOV
MVI_xxxx.MOV
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With this software, if the above folder structure is not maintained, it
may not be possible to merge the split movie files properly. When
performing “Merge all the split movie files in the folder and save as a
single file” operation, make sure the above folder structure is
maintained and the DCIM folder at the upper layer of the folder
structure is selected. Even when the folder structure is maintained,
be aware that it may not be possible to merge the movie files
properly if the name of the selected folder, originally [DCIM], has
been changed to another name.
● If you checkmark [Automatically Generate Subfolders], a
subfolder is created in the folder for the merged movie file
selected in step 3, then the merged movie file is saved there. A
file can be saved without changing its file name even if another
file with the same file name is already in the folder.
● If you checkmark [Rename Files], you can change the file name
of the merged movie file when saving it.
● To create file names with consecutive numbering, enter the initial
value in the [Initial Value for Consecutive Numbers] box. You can
enter an initial value that is up to 5 digits. Checkmark [Remember
Consecutive Numbering] to allow consecutive numbering to
continue even after closing the [Merge Files] dialog box and
opening it again to merge and save movie files.
● If you checkmark [Include Unsplit Clips], movie files not split but
saved in the folder selected in step 2 are copied to the folder for
saving the merged file together.
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In the main window, select the [File] menu X [Exit].
Merging Split Movie Files for a Single Movie
Clip and Saving as a Single File
In the main window, select the [View] menu
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➜ The [Clip list] dialog box appears.
● Note that this function is available after you select a folder in
which the movie files to be merged are saved. If no folder is
selected, follow steps 1 to 2 of “Movie Clip Playback” (p.6) to
select a folder.
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[Clip list] dialog box, select the movie clip to
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merged, then right-click and select [Merge split
files] from the menu that appears.
➜ The [Merge Files] dialog box appears.
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Click the [
] button for [Folder for Exported Files]
and then select the folder for saving the merged
movie file.
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Click the [Start] button.
➜ Merging and saving starts.
● A message appears when merging and saving are complete.
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Text and buttons are not displayed properly
Troubleshooting
● If the font size for the screen is set to other than 100% (96 dpi), text
and buttons may not be correctly displayed. Set the font size for the
screen to 100% in the display settings for Windows.
If EMU is not operating correctly, refer to the information below.
EMU does not work
● EMU does not operate properly on a computer which does not meet
the system requirements. Use EMU on a computer compatible with
system requirements (p.2).
● Even if your computer has the RAM capacity (memory) that meets the
system requirements, if other applications are running at the same
time as EMU, you may not have sufficient RAM (memory). Exit
applications other than EMU.
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The merge process has
been failed.
Error Messages
If an error message appears, refer to the information below.
Message
Check that there is a save destination
folder. If the save destination folder is on an
external storage device, check that it is
connected to the computer correctly.
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Cannot create a folder
at the selected
destination.
The memory card specified for the save
destination is write-protected. Insert a
writable memory card.
Please enter
consecutive numbers.
No consecutive numbering is entered.
Enter an initial value for consecutive
numbering when there are several movie
clips with movie files to be merged.
The size of the file you
are saving is not
supported on the
destination file system.
The file system specified for the save
destination does not support the size of the
file being saved. Change the save
destination.
Sufficient consecutive
numbers are not
provided for the files.
Consecutive numbering for file names
exceeds 99999. Change the value entered
for numbering or the file save destination.
EOS MOVIE Utility has
already started by other
user.
Log into the user account in Windows in
which EOS MOVIE Utility is running, exit
EOS MOVIE Utility, and start it up again.
4 GB or larger files may
not be supported on the
file system of output
destination. Do you
want to continue?
The merged movie file may not be saved to
the drive where the save destination folder
is located. Check that the file system
specified for the save destination drive
supports files of 4 GB or larger.
Could not merge
because there was not
enough available space.
There is insufficient space on the drive
where the save destination folder is
located. Create enough space or change
the save destination, and then repeat the
merge process.
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Keyboard Controls
Controls focused on in main window
Key
Operation controls other than the
volume and frame position sliders
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Volume slider
Frame position slider
Space
–
Play/Stop
Shift+Space
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Play range between In and Out points
Raise volume
Next frame
Lower volume
Previous frame
Raise volume
Jump to Out point for multiple still images
Lower volume
Jump to In point for multiple still images
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Select next marker between current
position and start
–
Select next marker between current
position and end
Shift+
Operation set with OS
Shift+
Shift+
Shift+
Home
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End
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Enable/Disable look-up table [LUT]
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Play
Shift+L
Play range between In and Out points
When pressed in playback state: play again
K
Stop
S
Adjust playback speed
V
Switch display size
F
Full screen display
Ctrl+S
Save a still image
Ctrl+T
Save multiple still images
Ctrl+Alt+M
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Save all the frames where markers are set as still images
Merge all split files in folder and save
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Uninstalling the Software
● Before starting the software uninstallation, exit all programs you are
using.
● Log in under the Administrator privileges when uninstalling the
software.
● Uninstall the software according to the OS software uninstalling
method.
● To prevent computer malfunctions, always restart your computer after
you have uninstalled the software. Also, reinstalling the software
without first restarting your computer is likely to result in computer
malfunctions.
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About This Instruction Manual
● It is prohibited to reproduce, in whole or part, the contents of this
Instruction Manual without permission.
● Canon may change without notice the software specifications and
contents of this Instruction Manual.
● The software screens and displays printed in this Instruction Manual
may differ slightly from the actual software.
● The content of this Instruction Manual has been reviewed thoroughly.
However, if you should notice any errors or omissions, please contact
a Canon Service Center.
● Please note that irrespective of the above-mentioned, Canon does
not take responsibility for the outcome of the operation of the
software.
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