Successful alignment of Framemaker files?
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Nov 5, 2012

I downloaded yesterday the demo version of CT, which was unheard of to me until that very day.
It claims to be able to align FrameMaker files (*.mif), and I tried several times with 2 sample files to no avail.
CT gets busy, but nothing happens even after 2 hours.

I am running it on a new MacBoook, so there is plenty of resources available for the processing (core i7, 8GB RAM, SSD HD).
So far it is the only tool that says to be able to align *.mif files I found, so I'd really like it to work!

Thanks,

Paola


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Trial Version? Nov 5, 2012

A possible cause: The trial version is limited to 30 segments. Please ask Igor (the developer) for an unlimited trial version.

Cheers,

Hans

[Edited at 2012-11-05 12:50 GMT]


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fm and mif Nov 5, 2012

It looks like the mistake was mine, as I selected two *.fm files.
I'll try and save them as *.mif, then I'll try again.


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