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    framserving issue - extra frames

    ok im working on my second edit, and to avoid as many sound issues as i can i have decided to remix the audio around the edited sections.. i am frameserving the edited mpv into vegas in order to make my own credits and to use as a guide for the audio editing

    the issue is the video in vegas has 100s if not more extra frames, i figured it was just the crappy video player in vegas but when i enter the trimmer the frames show up there to. as a result the audio keeps going off sync which is killing me, and if i cant use the video in vegas i cant build the credits i wanted for the film.

    any advices?

    oh and the edited mpv doesnt have the frame issue
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    Re: issue with vegas framserving issue maybe

    Vegas does not handle mpg editing well. Especially demuxed video streams. I would think that frameserving would take care of this, but this may still be the problem. I find it best to work from an AVI source.
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    Re: issue with vegas framserving issue maybe

    kk thank u, i guess ill look for a program to do the conversion from MPV to AVI, was hopeing to avoid this step since i have a very limited amound of space to work in.. but i guess i gots to do what i gots to do
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    Re: issue with vegas framserving issue maybe

    Quote Originally Posted by Ilubu
    kk thank u, i guess ill look for a program to do the conversion from MPV to AVI, was hopeing to avoid this step since i have a very limited amound of space to work in.. but i guess i gots to do what i gots to do
    i would check out autogk (a simple interface for gordian knot) you should be able to make a nice xvid from your mpv. You will still need to frameserve it in though.
    editing things, VERY slowly...

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------: Finished Full Edits :---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    X-Files Mythology vol.1 - Exordium <> Because You Were Home (the Strangers) <> T2: Hands of Fate <> Bounty Hunter

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------: Consecutions :------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Batman (Mayhem & Mistletoe) <> Zombie (Dawn of the Millennium) <> Space (Alien Elements)


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