HalOfBorg wrote:I have been trying Vegas Pro 10 (new PC has 6 cores, might as well use them), and I can import Xvid files no problem. And I had no idea it can use MP4 files - works as well. Cool.
Maybe you simply need to re-install your codec pack? I use K-Lite all the time (install lagarth as well). Others here will probably tell me how wrong that is.
Might be bad idea to make codec changes if you are in the middle of a project.
post-it wrote:there is no advantage with 64 bit unless its Parallel Drop Processing .. .. which windows is not!Kawatta-Kun wrote:... please explain to me, what are the advantages of 64bit anyway...
I remember 9 having a 32 & 64 but I never saw any advantage to either one while encoding. The advantage with 64 came when you were playing-back in real-time with transitions .. other than that, I could not tell what the advantages really were!Kawatta-Kun wrote:Since the 9th version there is ^^ .Cannonaire wrote:I didn't realize there was a 64bit version of Vegas 10. I would think it would also benefit from having access to more memory.
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