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Jackie Luffy

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January 9th 2013
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Is it possible to change the frame rate of every single clip on the timeline to be just one specific frame rate?
by Jackie Luffy 2 years ago
Hey guys I seem to have a pretty huge problem, half of my footage is 29.97 frames per second and some is 59 frames.... I want everything to be just 29.97 frames per second and here is the thing... I k
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Re: Sony Vegas 14 Cannot Open Project Get Message "Windows Out Of Memory"
by Paul Berk 3 years ago
Over the years, I've had my share of computer problems. When they appeared, I'd be saying, "Nothing has changed. Why doesn't this work Damn software !! " Mostly the answers come by narrowing the probl
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Re: Sony Vegas 14 Cannot Open Project Get Message "Windows Out Of Memory"
by Steve Rhoden 3 years ago
Seems there is an issue with having both Vegas 13 and Vegas 14 installed together on the same system! Steve Rhoden (Cow Leader) Film Maker & VFX Artist. Owner of Filmex Creative Media. Samples of my W
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Re: Serious Problems With Vegas 14
by Aaron Star 3 years ago
Yes. It would seem like a messed up program, but you said you are getting blue screens BOSDs are straight up hardware and driver failures. Try and find out what the BSOD says, this can help track down
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Re: Vegas Rendered MP4's Have Black Empty Frames In DVD Architect!
by Graham Bernard 4 years ago
I was referring to this: https: forums.creativecow.net thread 24 996233 * Grazie Video Content Creator and Potter PC 7 64-bit 16gb * Intel Core i7-2600k Quad Core 3.40GHz * 2GB NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 560
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Re: What I See In Vegas Lies Once It Is Rendered
by Steve Rhoden 4 years ago
I simply dont understand why you need to be blocking out and filling parts frames etc of your edit. Im kinda understanding what you are saying, but doing all that is not usually normal, nor necessary!
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Re: What I See In Vegas Lies Once It Is Rendered
by Andrew Lenczycki 4 years ago
Not completely following what you are doing, but is it possible the events are being influenced by keyframes either in the Event Pan Crop of the events, the Track Motion for the track, or the Parent M
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Re: VHS Footage Rendered Out As Progressive Does Not Look Good
by John Rofrano 4 years ago
I would use the one that looks best for your particular video content. Blend Fields is for low motion video and Interpolate Fields is for high motion video. Depending on the content of the video, use
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Re: VHS Footage Rendered Out As Progressive Does Not Look Good
by John Rofrano 4 years ago
Jackie Luffy "I want to be able to render them out in the best quality so people can watch them off there computers or off DVD"That's the problem. The best quality for watching on a computer is not t
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Re: VHS Footage Rendered Out As Progressive Does Not Look Good
by John Rofrano 4 years ago
Jackie Luffy "Everytime I do "custom frame size" in the render settings and make it 655 by 480 it changes to 656 for some reason, each time I click save and click on something else its back to 656 by
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Re: VHS Footage Rendered Out As Progressive Does Not Look Good
by John Rofrano 4 years ago
OK. DV video is not 720x480 in square pixels. It uses a pixel aspect ratio of 0.9091 which when translated to square pills or MP4 is 655x480. So your picture is being stretched at 720 which adds to th
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Re: VHS Footage Rendered Out As Progressive Does Not Look Good
by John Rofrano 4 years ago
I agree that's pretty blocky. How are you rendering What type and what template are you using jr www.johnrofrano.com www.vasst.com
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Re: VHS Footage Rendered Out As Progressive Does Not Look Good
by John Rofrano 4 years ago
I don't click on ZIP files. (sorry) If you ant to display an image please upload it as an image so that you can imbed it into your post like this: jr www.johnrofrano.com www.vasst.com
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Re: VHS Footage Rendered Out As Progressive Does Not Look Good
by John Rofrano 4 years ago
Jackie Luffy "Hmmm, I make the project settings "De-interlaced method" to none, and the field order to "Lower field first""If your source is interlaced you never want to set the deinterlace method to
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Re: Best VHS To Computer Method For Editing Into Vegas
by Wayne Waag 4 years ago
Jackie Luffy You've never stated the type of source material you have or what you want to do with it. If you want to import your VHS footage into Vegas and then do extensive color correction, noise f
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Re: Best VHS To Computer Method For Editing Into Vegas
by John Rofrano 4 years ago
Mike Kujbida "Another option is to buy a used mini dv camcorder that has the pass through feature."That's a good idea. I forgot that some of the DV cameras have passthru. jr www.johnrofrano.com www.v
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Re: Best VHS To Computer Method For Editing Into Vegas
by Mike Kujbida 4 years ago
Another option is to buy a used mini dv camcorder that has the pass through feature. The tape transport doesn't need to be working as long as the electronics do. Hook your VHS deck to the analog input
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Re: Best VHS To Computer Method For Editing Into Vegas
by John Rofrano 4 years ago
Richard Jones "I've never had a problem using a Canopus ADVC 110 with Windows 7"Same here... works great. Jackie Luffy "I was wondering if there was a cheaper device that could do a similar job of co
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Re: Best VHS To Computer Method For Editing Into Vegas
by Richard Jones 4 years ago
I've never had a problem using a Canopus ADVC 110 with Windows 7 and Vegas Pro 10 or 12 and have been doing this for a number of years with very good results. Pewrhaps eBay may find you one at a decen
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Re: Best VHS To Computer Method For Editing Into Vegas
by Aaron Star 4 years ago
I have a system with PCI still, and so use an Osprey 100 card. These cards were designed to work in broadcast environments and have a great ability to deal with sources like bad VHS. I just use the Ve
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