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Thread: Vegas 6.0 video no-show

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    Default Vegas 6.0 video no-show

    (yes i've searched for this answer on various forums, couldn't find help - going for direct attention)
    Alright, I've been having this problem for a while, and han't really asked for help until now.

    I upload a video onto vegas' timeline and it only shows the audio portion. no video.
    I use a Canon PowerShot SD630 Digital Elph, and i think it saves the video to my computer by .avi

    I probably have to download some codec or patch or something. I'm not tech-wiz so keep the help simple! thank you soooo much.

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    I think you are right a codec is probably the answer, can you get the video to play on the PC with some Video player?

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    Yes, the video will play correctly through any media player, it just doesn't accept the video portion in vegas. What and where should I download this codec?

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    Not off and, see if the Canon site makes any offers failing that try a program called SUPER C it will convert practically any file to anything.

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    ok i had this issue when taking video off my compact Pentax optio Digital camera.

    Here's what i did.

    Use Windows Movie Maker! Odd but it works!

    bring the file into Windows Movie maker

    render it out at a high rate then bring that file into vegas and it should work no probs!

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    That's what I have been doing, but the videos seem to lose quality as I render it through two different programs, then onto youtube. (Yes i know youtube is shiity-quality-video-heaven.) At that point they just look ridiculous.

    What do I have to do to Vegas to get it to read my videos? Otherwise I'm going to have to get ahold of Adobe Premier. I've heard that program rocks Vegas' socks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cbav View Post
    I've heard that program rocks Vegas' socks.
    This is entierly untrue! Whoever you heard this from is obviously a Premier user.

    Vegas and premier are on a par with eachother. It would be difficult to say which is better than the other becuase their capabilities are so similar.

    It really comes down to personal preference.

    I use both and have used them to their fullest capabilities but i prefer Vegas and use that most of the time. Again its down to personal choice.


    When it comes to quality with your problem - re-encoding will result in quality loss however you can keep it releativley good. When u encode out of WMM make sure you select a higher quality than the porgram itself suggests.

    For encoding for you tube see this:
    http://www.videoforums.co.uk/sony-ve...ube-vegas.html
    Last edited by irishmark; 02-26-2007 at 11:39 PM.

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    Vegas is rock solid and crashlesssss

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    Check your properities and make sure "ignore third partie codecs" is "un-checked"
    Wil

    Software Used:
    TGV Edius 6, TGV ProCoder 3, DVD Lab Pro. 2

    http://www.youtube.com/user/ChapmanProduction

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