Using Uncompressed Omnivore™ Captures in Adobe Premiere Pro

The freely distributeable Omnivore™ Viewer software on your Omnivore™ drive allows you to export uncompressed Omnivore™ captures (.OMV or .OMVA files) to several common formats, including Uncompressed AVI and Uncompressed MOV. If you’re using Adobe Premiere Pro in your workflow: Output from Omnivore™ Viewer to uncompressed .AVI (Premiere Pro does not support the uncompressed TIFF codec inside the […]

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My Omnivore drive doesn’t work anymore!

My Omnivore Drive no longer mounts and I can’t access the software on the CD-ROM partition, what should I do? When you plug in your Omnivore drive two partitions should mount.  You should see (as shown below): Omnivore CD-ROM Partition with the software loaded on it. Unsecured  (Drive Letter) You should be able to double […]

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Omnivore™ Viewer – FFmpeg Convert

Omnivore™ v3.1 introduced Omnivore Viewer w/FFmpeg Convert – Use FFmpeg Convert on any Windows PC! IMPORTANT: Omnivore Viewer w/FFmpeg Convert is only available when using the Omnivore Viewer directly from the Omnivore drive. Omnivore™ v3.3 introduced several new features to FFmpeg Convert, such as Batch processing, FFprobe reports, Trimming and more. The Omnivore™ v3.3 Product […]

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Omnivore Updater – Windows 10 & Antivirus Software

Antivirus software, including Windows Defender, may cause various unwanted behavour when trying to run the Omnivore Updater on Windows 10.   You can always temporarily disable your antivirus, but it generally shouldn’t be necessary. A few tips IF the updater reports it does NOT complete successfully: Close the updater, remove & re-insert the Omnivore drive, then […]

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Why is my Omnivore™ capture offset?

When your capture results look offset from what you expected given your Omnivore Overlay placement, here is how you can quickly trouble shoot this issue. Why does this happen ? There are two main reasons. Your computer Display DPI Scaling Setting is not set to 100%, but instead its set to something like 125%.  Or, the player you […]

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Tech Tip: Omnivore™ QuickSave

Enabling Omnivore QuickSave™ Setting up QuickSave is easy. Simply point your “Temp File Path” located under the Utilities Tab to the same drive as your “Save To Location” located under Output Settings, and even long video captures can get saved in just seconds. Note: The folders don’t have to be the same, just the same […]

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