Yep, and that's the reason that MC only supports WMV. (Forget AVI - it's way too big to be usable). MP4s are a bitch to edit even in dedicated video editing software. WMV files on the other hand work very well. So my approach is to convert all files to WMV using X-media recode and after the editing is finished I export at the highest possible quality, then (if necessary) convert the export to he required format.Mark Bliss wrote:Until recently I had just thrown in the towel on working with video much, just too many hassles, its slow, the files are huge, etc. Not just in Mixcraft, but in general...
aj113 wrote:.......... So my approach is to convert all files to WMV using X-media recode and after the editing is finished I export at the highest possible quality, then (if necessary) convert the export to he required format..
clavguy wrote:I've read all the posts here about unsupported CODECs and how to fix that. I have downloaded all the different recommended CODEC packs and I still can load a .mpg file that plays fine in media player...
I got the AVS set of conversion tools... one of them is a video converter and converted to AVI and everything is good.... Thanks MarkMark Bliss wrote:Pierre, I hear ya. I would consider looking into a file conversion approach as an alternative to the codec packs. I got downright annoyed at the fishy process that search opened me up to. Everywhere I tried I found adware and worse. REALLY annoying!
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