post-it wrote:.. possibility of Non-Supported Codec on "that portion" of the video clip.
Way to check:
1) play the clip through VLC Player.
2) play the clip through Media Player.
... if the clip plays in VLC but not Media Player, then the clip has an "un-supported codec" and needs to
be converted to a RAW FORMAT.
.. I've seen this happen everytime MicroSoft changes its System's.
.. possibility of Non-Supported Codec.
vilapupu wrote:I get this problem too, but differently. when I just have one whole video into Vegas (no editing and usually is an xvid file or an WMV file) and then render it using the ffdshow video encoder (using xvid format), It will get like a 1-5sec black screen in some parts of the video. It's anoying. >_<
I am trying the "Disable Resampling" thing to see if it does the trick. ^^'
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