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Thayalan Paramasawam
MKV file not support in SVP 11
on Apr 20, 2014 at 9:29:50 am

Hi Everyone,

i need to export mkv file to SVP 11 timeline but its not support.can anyone help me to solve this probleum.

Thank You
Thayalan Paramasawam

http://www.jptsskyvision.com

System Details:
Motherboard - Asus M5A99X-EVO,HardDrive1 boot C:SSD Kingston,Processor - Amd FX 8350 4.0/4.2 GHZ,Ram - 16 GB,Graphic Card - Asus Gtx 650 1GB DDR 5,Blu Ray Writer - Plextor PX-B950SA,Operating System - Window 7 Pro 64 Bit and Editing Programe - Sony Vegas Pro 12


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Mikhail Petrushin
Re: MKV file not support in SVP 11
on Apr 20, 2014 at 11:09:04 am
Last Edited By Mikhail Petrushin on Apr 20, 2014 at 11:10:38 am

Vegas does not supported mkv, so you need to remux mkv to mp4.
I've never done it myself, but I pretty sure that there are many tools that you can use it. Some of them are free. This one, for example:
http://www.videohelp.com/tools/MkvToMp4

P.S. remux != re-encode. remuxing is fast process and the quality of video/audio streams is not changed.


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John Rofrano
Re: MKV file not support in SVP 11
on Apr 20, 2014 at 11:17:14 am

Yea, you'll need to convert it. If you can remix as Mikhail suggests, that would be your best option. I've never worked with MKV files so I don't have a tool in mind.

~jr

http://www.johnrofrano.com
http://www.vasst.com



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Thayalan Paramasawam
Re: MKV file not support in SVP 11
on Apr 20, 2014 at 11:53:42 am

Hi Sir,

Mr.Mikhail Petrushin and Mr.John Rofrano thanks a lot its working.Because of 2 minutes clip i need to install this programme but is this programme any bad sign for SVP....like K-LITE......
Now days i always worries went installing any new programmes in my working station.

Thank You
Thayalan Paramasawam

http://www.jptsskyvision.com

System Details:
Motherboard - Asus M5A99X-EVO,HardDrive1 boot C:SSD Kingston,Processor - Amd FX 8350 4.0/4.2 GHZ,Ram - 16 GB,Graphic Card - Asus Gtx 650 1GB DDR 5,Blu Ray Writer - Plextor PX-B950SA,Operating System - Window 7 Pro 64 Bit and Editing Programe - Sony Vegas Pro 12


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Dave Haynie
Re: MKV file not support in SVP 11
on Apr 20, 2014 at 2:51:20 pm
Last Edited By Dave Haynie on Apr 21, 2014 at 2:03:33 pm

A "stand alone" re-muxing program is not going to mess with your PC's multimedia subsystem the way a CODEC pack would. If it's just re-muxing, there's really no need to involve the multimedia subsystem (eg, VfW, DirectShow) at all. The better stand-alone transcoding programs will not add CODECs to the system, but use those already built-in or provide its own locally. If you have ever used VLC for playback, it's that idea... VLC CODECs are similarly self-contained.

If you're not familiar with the concept of "muxing" and what that's all about, lemme 'splain. There are standards for video and audio, like AVC, MPEG-2, AC-3, MPEG layer 2 audio, that just define a bitstream... just a series of bits. Those bits could travel down a serial wire like fire wire or USB, or they could come from some other source.

Computer storage isn't logically organized around bitstreams, but rather, files. That's a good thing... a bitstream is pretty much a serial thing... you don't know how long it is, how to move up or down by 5 minutes, etc. And when you want both audio and video in sync, you need some means of storing them in a fixed relation of one another.

Thus the creation of multimedia "file wrappers". When you see a file tagged .mp4, .mkv, .mts, .avi, etc. that's a file with an internal structure that can organize multiple bitstreams in a way that makes them useful on a computer or other hardware. This file will "wrap" these bitstreams, and also include "metadata", that's data that's about your data, such as time code, chapter markers, etc. That's why it doesn't make sense to discuss just decoding an AVI... because anything could be stored inside that AVI.

In the case of .mkv, that' a file based on the Matroska file wrapper. This format was created as part of an ongoing effort among open source programmers to both avoid really poor open source wrapper formats (such as the Ogg file format) and avoid possibly patented formats, like those various MPEG formats. It's based on a kind of binary XML specification. Unfortunately, until very recently, Matroska has had zero presence in professional audio or video, so it's understandably not supported by NLE or DAW programs. That could eventually change, as Google uses a version of the format for their WebM container. Matroska has also for some reason become a favored format among media pirates, which shouldn't diminish it's qualities, but we do tend to assign guilt by association.

So anyway, to get media playback smooth, all of these formats break bitstreams into small packets, and interleave or multiplex them, audio and video ("AVI" actually just means "Audio/Video Interleave"). So when I say re-mux, the process is to break the individual bitstreams for audio/video from one file wrapper and put those very same streams into the new file wrapper. No re-encoding, no change in quality.

-Dave


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Thayalan Paramasawam
Re: MKV file not support in SVP 11
on Apr 21, 2014 at 1:14:45 am

Hi Sir (Dave Haynie)

Thanks a lot sir nice explaination and clear and helpful for me......

http://www.jptsskyvision.com

System Details:
Motherboard - Asus M5A99X-EVO,HardDrive1 boot C:SSD Kingston,Processor - Amd FX 8350 4.0/4.2 GHZ,Ram - 16 GB,Graphic Card - Asus Gtx 650 1GB DDR 5,Blu Ray Writer - Plextor PX-B950SA,Operating System - Window 7 Pro 64 Bit and Editing Programe - Sony Vegas Pro 12


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Bob Jordan
Re: MKV file not support in SVP 11
on Nov 20, 2014 at 2:44:31 am
Last Edited By Bob Jordan on Nov 20, 2014 at 2:45:34 am

As far as I know, Sony vegas is not compatible with MKV files. To fix the issue, you can convert it to WMV or MPEG-2 codec. I've had the pleasure using a professional video converter tool from easefab to change my MKV to a MPEG-2 format and the output MPEG-2 fit seamlessly in my Vegas 13.

Here is a workaround for you: http://www.easefab.com/video-to-software/import-mkv-files-to-sony-vegas.htm...


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