I just finished creating a painting with Photoshop, and used the program 'Camstudio' to record my screen as I did it with a loss-less codec. I rendered that original video to my desktop with a .avi format, then attempted to edit it with Vegas 9.
The editing consisted of making using some intro and outro transition effects, adding in another video file to the beginning and speeding the entire video up to turn it into a speed painting video that I could post elsewhere.
After I finished editing, I tried to preview my work within Vegas, which played in a little box in the top-right of my screen. The preview mode I was using was 'Preview'>'Full', and everything played out as I wanted it to, without a hitch.
But when I changed the preview mode to either 'Good' or 'Best', the preview would be messed-up. The audio worked fine, still, and the added video at the beginning did, too. However, my actual painting part after that had a large majority of the video blacked-out, only certain parts of my screen were recognizable.
This completely obstructs and ruins the video, and when rendered, the same effect occurs. It appears as if all the white regions of the video have been turned black.
How could I fix this?
Thanks for your time, regards,