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David McCormick
Can't render using some options of x264fw
on Jun 4, 2014 at 7:33:35 pm

Hi,

I wanted to render a video using AVI x264fw codec on Vegas Pro 13 and I must be missing something as I can only render to Profile High 4:4:4 and can't render to High 10 or High 4:2:2 and can't check "Keep input color space" on any profile except "High 4:4:4" without getting "No compatible codec was found"

Anyone know how I could fix this?


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John Rofrano
Re: Can't render using some options of x264fw
on Jun 5, 2014 at 10:56:23 am

[David McCormick] "I wanted to render a video using AVI x264fw codec on Vegas Pro 13 and I must be missing something as I can only render to Profile High 4:4:4 and can't render to High 10 or High 4:2:2 and can't check "Keep input color space" on any profile except "High 4:4:4" without getting "No compatible codec was found""
Not all options work with all codecs (as you have seen). I have to ask, why are you putting H.264 in an AVI container? That was done 5 years ago before MPEG4 became popular. Video for Windows is old and outdated. I'm not surprised that all of these options are not supported because it's no longer a popular format. Why not render to MP4 files? This has much greater compatibility with modern devices. (just curious)

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David McCormick
Re: Can't render using some options of x264fw
on Jun 6, 2014 at 12:19:16 am
Last Edited By David McCormick on Jun 6, 2014 at 12:24:23 am

Hi John,

I am working on a project with MXF 422 8-bit video files and audio recorded at 96khz 24-bit as I mentioned here: http://forums.creativecow.net/readpost/24/979007 and would prefer to keep the 4:2:2 and the 96khz audio and not have to down sample anything.

I know AVI isn't the best to render to, but it was the only render setting on Vegas I saw that allowed me to have both 422 sampling and 96khz audio (some other render settings can allow 422 but only 48khz auido max). If there was another way of having both, I would prefer it.


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