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  1. Default Looking For A Helping Hand

    Hello all. I'm new to this forum and video editing.i'll be around this forum alot to gain knowlegde and i have a ton of questions.I'm currently running vegas movie studio hd platinum 11.I'm playing around with some stock footage that i've obatined though a website. When i insert the footage on the time line it comes in as a green block.This has happened with multiple footage from this website. As some footage comes in as regular and the others don't.When i try to play the footage from the time line everything will run fine until it hits those green blocks where it will get choppy. I understand it may be where i'm getting the footage from but im curious.So my question to yall is. What is the cause of these green blocks? Is there a way to fix them? and what kind of affect do they have on the project?

    The clips propertys are HD 1920x1080 23.98 fps (10.30sec) this is the info from the website.
    When i view it's info in my explorer window though vegas it says. Video:1024x576x12,23.980 fps progressive,00:00:10:06, AVC.

    I'm going to try to unload a picture of it for better understanding. Any feed back would be appreciated


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    Quote Originally Posted by Relldaproblem View Post
    The clips propertys are HD 1920x1080 23.98 fps (10.30sec) this is the info from the website.
    When i view it's info in my explorer window though vegas it says. Video:1024x576x12,23.980 fps progressive,00:00:10:06, AVC.
    Not really my area, but clearly both those statements can't be true - either the website is wrong or Vegas is misinterpreting the footage incorrectly.

    First thing I'd do is try matching the Vegas project properties to those of the clip (or what it believes the clip to be)
    Also I'd download GSpot and run that on the clip and see what that reports.
    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimStannard View Post
    Not really my area, but clearly both those statements can't be true - either the website is wrong or Vegas is misinterpreting the footage incorrectly.

    First thing I'd do is try matching the Vegas project properties to those of the clip (or what it believes the clip to be)
    Also I'd download GSpot and run that on the clip and see what that reports.
    Preciate the advice sir. I tryed matching the clip properties to no avil. I also downloaded the gspot program and it appears the vegas info was the correct.

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