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    Btw, does anyone have a recommendation for a central place to upload this, instead of my dropbox?
    You never know, I could get abducted by a bunch of sexy green female alien nymphomaniacs from outer space.
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    K Stark. You are a life saver. If ever you are in Edinburgh there's a couple of pints there for you mate. Dunno about the "female alien nymphomaniacs" although given that I'm in Leith
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    Quote Originally Posted by k Stark View Post
    Btw, does anyone have a recommendation for a central place to upload this, instead of my dropbox?
    You never know, I could get abducted by a bunch of sexy green female alien nymphomaniacs from outer space.
    Hi guys, it's 2017 and this problem keeps happening. I have a couple 40min clips and it's going to take forever to find the dropped frame. K Stark, do you still have the .exe? Does it run on macs?
    Any other help guys? I know i have to duplicate the frame, so resolve will recognize it, but how do i find the dropped frame on a folder with 53 THOUSAND files?

    Thanks a lot!
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    Hi Hugo,
    I honestly never have had the problem myself. I stick to Sandisk , exfat formatting and PCs.

    I let my Dropbox die.

    I've had a couple other requests recently, I told them to PM me their email and I'll get it to them via wetransfer.
    It only runs on PC so you can either borrow someones or try an emulator.
    the program looks for missing frames and copies the last good one, even if you have 53 thousand.

    thanks
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