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Mario Panait
Sony Vegas large chunks of pixels are ghosting.
on Nov 25, 2014 at 5:48:58 pm

So I recorded a gameplay clip with my gameplay recording software (Bandicam if it helps with anything) and if I check my .avi files they are clear and perfect but when I import them in Sony Vegas something happens (I don't know what, or where it comes from) and random parts of the video get chunks of pixels that just burn onto the video for a second or two and then just fade away into nothingness.
Problem is I can't find out why is this happening and I can't fix it.
I will provide a picture and a video as soon as I can.
How do I fix it or how to I reduce the effects at least because it really looks ugly.
P.S. I tried using CyberLink Power Director 11 and the problem just wasn't there while using CyberLink.
The original video is clear and so is any rendered video with CyberLink but not with Sony Vegas 12 (even the preview screen has the same thing and you can actually pause it and stare at it without it fading away)


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Dave Osbun
Re: Sony Vegas large chunks of pixels are ghosting.
on Nov 25, 2014 at 6:09:14 pm

Do your project properties match the properties of the video clip?


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Mario Panait
Re: Sony Vegas large chunks of pixels are ghosting.
on Nov 25, 2014 at 6:40:55 pm

Yes, they are both 29.970 fps, both 1280x720.
Only thing that I don't know is the pixel aspect ratio of the clips I use to make videos, the project's aspect ratio is set at 1.000 (square).


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Mario Panait
Re: Sony Vegas large chunks of pixels are ghosting.
on Nov 25, 2014 at 8:31:07 pm

Here it is the link for a short clip with my problem.

The Error.



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Mario Panait
Re: Sony Vegas large chunks of pixels are ghosting.
on Nov 26, 2014 at 1:10:38 am

Fixed it, the problem was the Xvid codec, changed it to mpeg-1 and it works like a charm.


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