Vivaldi wrote:The problem is that the avi file uses either a DivX or Xvid codec, which can't be used for editing. It should be converted to a lossless codec like lagirith or HuffYUV.
this is a very in depth guide made specifically for amvs. It explains pretty everything you need to know, and provides download links for any programs you'll for converting, ripping ect ect. Be warned, it's a very long guide, and most people have to read through it a few times to really "get" it. But it's very reccomended.
this is a series of short video tutorials ment to get new amv editors on their feet quickly. but note that it cannot replace the guide above. (And I personally can't vouch for it since I haven't seen it.)
Last thing, this site is officially against using downloaded footage. As such, we reccomend that you use DVDs instead. Asking about using or acquiring downloaded footage is will most likely get a hostile response from most people. So don't bother unless you're really stumped.
hope you have a good time here. And good luck on your first amv.
Darknessheal wrote:Try not to use avi as the compression to edit try to convert it or smthing because most cases with xvid and divx have some encryption and can't be shown when used on sony vegas
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