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  • Sally Asaku

    August 28, 2023 at 5:50 am in reply to: sony vegas cant handle mkvs

    Starting from Vegas Pro 17, there’s a new experimental feature called the MKV reader. This feature lets you bring in MKV files directly into your editing timeline. However, there’s a condition: the video codec used in the MKV file needs to be supported for this to work smoothly.

    You can firstly enable this feature. If it doesn’t work still, then it means the video/audio codec of the MKV file isn’t supported by Vegas Pro. In that case, you can use Shutter Encoder, Handbrake, or other video converter (just search into the best video converter, you can find a lot of such tools) to transcode the file to MOV ProRes or other formats that Vegas Pro can well handle with.

  • Sally Asaku

    August 15, 2022 at 9:22 pm in reply to: Video Clip plays audio in VLC, not in PPro — ??

    FFmpeg supports DM2 and QDMC, so you should be able to convert the music to a more common format such as AAC with the build-in conversion of VLC (VLC is FFmpeg-based).

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