Soup wrote:My Vegas always went on a rampage when i tried to edit Huffy,Try converting them to lagarith
Mastamind wrote:Lagarith is included in the amvapp. But I think vegas should work fine with huffyvuv...
ForeverZeroo wrote:I just updated to Sony Vegas Pro 9.0 (64)...
NeoQuixotic wrote:ForeverZeroo wrote:I just updated to Sony Vegas Pro 9.0 (64)...
You need to make sure all codecs you are using are 64-bit too when using 64-bit Vegas. Many codecs are not 64-bit, so you might run into issues like you have now or crashing upon trying to render. You can have both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Vegas installed at the same time if you discover 64-bit won't work. I don't have Vegas installed at the moment to experiment (recently installed Windows 7), but in the mean time try out the 64-bit build of huffyuv. If all else fails, use the 32-bit version of Vegas.
http://www.videohelp.com/tools/HuffYUV - Its under the "More information and other downloads:" (I'd direct link, but that is generally a bad idea if the URL changes)
You could also try a 64-bit build of ffdshow, but that might give you other headaches.
From now on I'd use Lagarith, its better and 32-bit/64-bit.
Mastamind wrote:Why don't you just re-encode the clips to lagarith? That is, if you got lagarith to work now.
NeoQuixotic wrote:I just installed both 32-bit and 64-bit Vegas Pro 9.0b. I found that 32-bit Vegas will work with huffyuv fine and if I use the 64-bit version of huffyuv it works with 64-bit version of Vegas. Try not to have multiple versions of huffyuv installed, because they might fight each other.
ForeverZeroo wrote:either way it would make sense to assume that the huffys in question i currently have (in clip form) are 32 bit seeing as they dont work.
NeoQuixotic wrote:ForeverZeroo wrote:either way it would make sense to assume that the huffys in question i currently have (in clip form) are 32 bit seeing as they dont work.
That's not the issue, once encoded they are bit agnostic. All that matters is that Vegas 64-bit can see a 64-bit codec so it can decode the video. The only thing I can think of is if you are not installing the codec right. Remove any version of huffyuv and install the huffyuv 64-bit. Once you extract the inf and dll from the zip, right click the inf and click install.
NeoQuixotic wrote:It won't really say anything when installing, other than a little window popping up for a split second. You should see huffyuv in your Programs and Features list. Now try out Vegas 64-bit with huffyuv files, it should be able to play them. Remember, the 64-bit codec will only show up in a 64-bit programs like Vegas 64-bit or VirtualDub 64-bit. If you still can't get it to work for whatever reason, just use 32-bit huffyuv with 32-bit Vegas.
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