Still investigating the file you uploaded yesterday. MPC-HC has other issues with the source file. For example, open the uploaded source, and seek to successive key frames using the right arrow. When you reach what would be your VRD cut point hit play and you get tons of pixelation. Don't upload now, but hold on to the other files.Another file.
Now I happen to have two recordings of this episode, on the second recording there is no pixelation on the output even using the same cut points, the type of frame differs around the cut point though. Running the first file through QSF doesn't help. Would a sample from both files to compare be useful?
As I've reported before if I force a recode there is no pixelation. However if I recode the none-recoded pixelated output with x264 via handbrake there is a blocky green mess for about 4 seconds.
I don't have a VM set up and don't plan too. The holdup, as mentioned in the past, is programs that I use that will never be updated. So, XP will not be leaving the current box.DanR, ok great replied.
MrVideo, throw W7 in a VM and run VRD in that TBO I put the jump from XP off for as long as I could and now I've settled in wish I'd made the move sooner, the possitives far outweighing the negatives and the initial wrench is just a distant memory. Hopefully when you can no longer hold out your transition works out well too
Yes, an excellent audio editing program. I've not seen anything like it since.