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I will wait until all of it is uploaded and keep testing and only download the parts that are reported as corrupt. That is see if you can retain the 10 bit format but only at L4.0. Diary farming in Telangana and Andhra pradeshSrinivas kuknoo... Haven't tried Premiere, Avid, or Corel, though. weblink

Thanks Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report the solution SelfLearner wrote on 08/28/2015, 03:49 PM I had the EXACT same problem this past week. No, I believe it has something to do with the codecs. Thanks Reply With Quote 02-05-2013,12:04 PM #2 Midnight Blue View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Super Moderator Join Date Sep 2009 Location York, UK Posts Now, though, anything and everything recorded (I've tried both my normal choice of Shadowplay, along with OBS) comes out as nothing but a green screen with audio behind it, like this:

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http://puu.sh/1mLVk http://puu.sh/1mLWqReturn to posts indexReport Post•Re: Upon importing, video track turns up green.by Graham Bernard on Nov 6, 2012 at 6:50:47 amSam, please label which of those G-Spot is the Front www.moviestudiozen.com/forum/movie-studio-platinum/467-using-sony-vegas-studio-hp-platinum-ver-11-on-iphone-4s-or-5s-footage#1735 Remember to turn everything off at least once a week, including your brain, then sit somewhere quiet and just chill out. In the meantime I will keep looking for a solution.

Do you have a preferred format? Peace 08 Jul 2015 10:42 #8 Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation. Maybe something in the encoding process?Return to posts indexReport Post•Re: Upon importing, video track turns up green.by Sam McKenzie on Nov 5, 2012 at 5:45:53 pmHere's what I got back from Quicktime 7 You could try rendering and exporting it from After Efects and then bringing it into Vegas.

Should be good! Compoundplug.dll Sony Vegas Found the full version on Amazon for 50% off. Cheers Grzie Return to posts indexReport Post•Re: Upon importing, video track turns up green.by Steve Rhoden on Nov 4, 2012 at 11:24:49 amThats a sign of corrupted or a damaged video I will also try WinZip to see if it makes a difference.

m 0 l Ohjuler February 27, 2014 12:15:21 AM kenrivers said:I will check on the rest of the parts later. Quick Time Handbrake would have been my next suggestion. Able to playback without any green video. No idea what I was doing, just figured that higher = better.) and Vegas wouldn't accept the file.

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If though, hypothetically, I were about as program-literate as the average pigeon, and needed exact instructions to do that simple task, what would (again, totally hypothetically) those instructions be? http://naiwik.com/green-screen-preview-sony-vegas-pro Also, on a different topic, I know that K-lite is utter toxic for editing softwares, but what about Shark007's Advanced Codecs For Windows? Mp4 Green Screen Grazie Return to posts indexReport Post•Re: Upon importing, video track turns up green.by Graham Bernard on Nov 4, 2012 at 9:56:29 amGet G-Spot and MEdiaInfo, both freebies, and analyse your MP4 Sony Vegas Chroma Key Not Working No, I believe it has something to do with the codecs.

Results 1 to 5 of 5 Thread: Sony Vegas 12 Green screen rendering problem Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to http://whistlemedia.net/sony-vegas/sony-vegas-video-problem.html From what I can gather, while researching the topic, the 10 bit video uses a different compression scheme than the 8 bit video and this compression could be the problem. m 0 l Ohjuler February 27, 2014 11:47:13 PM kenrivers said:Ohjuler said:kenrivers said:I will check on the rest of the parts later. m 0 l kenrivers a b Ù Sony March 4, 2014 10:14:06 AM This - https://forum.handbrake.fr/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=19368 - is a tutorial on Handbrake's H.264 levels. Sony Vegas Render Green Screen

I know this isn't much help but I'm trying and my very limited experience with Vegas Pro 12 isn't helping. m 0 l Ohjuler March 6, 2014 11:53:54 PM kenrivers said:I'm sure the is someone who can help but I don't know of anyone off hand. Does the file have audio? http://whistlemedia.net/sony-vegas/sony-vegas-green-video-error.html Thanks Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report the solution Heartomaton wrote on 08/21/2015, 07:21 PM Would this be the complete info?

Went with the trial of Studio 13, and it works just fine. Handbrake I will keep searching to see if there is a way to get Vegas to handle 10-bit video .264 files. If that works I will try converting it to another format which would be better for editing.

The issue was in a QuickTime update.

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  • On the other two computers I tried it on I couldn't get the file to open in anything.
  • On the other two computers I tried it on I couldn't get the file to open in anything.

kenrivers said:If you split and upload the file I would be glad to take a look at it and see if there is anything I could do. In the meantime I will keep looking for a solution. The .m2ts version opened just fine in Vegas and played as it should. Quicktime Player For Windows MicrowaveSam 15,960 views 19:13 Loading more suggestions...

I am trying to render the video now to see if playback becomes smooth. Brittni Draws - Brittni Jensen 88,500 views 2:37 How To Fix Sony Vegas Pro 13 Green Screen Problem - Duration: 1:57. solution SolvedSony Vegas 12 video requirements solution Sony Vegas Pro 12 GPU acceleration on GTX 750Ti solution Sony Vegas Pro 12 Render Problems solution Sony Vegas Pro 12 stops rendering solution this content So far it seems all I've been able to do is duplicate the problem and feel no closer to solving it.

Source: http://forums.creativecow.net/thread/24/926130 Side note: It is against the forum rules to bump a post. The difference between the two files I have now and the one I used as the source file is that I can jump forward or backward and see the time remaining Don't know if it's actually relevant or not, but figured I should add it. I've tried reinstalling my drivers, and it didn't do anything.

There must be a fix for this, seeing as there are tons of other people without this problem. m 0 l kenrivers a b Ù Sony February 19, 2014 4:03:51 PM I will look into it further later this evening. Still trying to figure out how to get the file to work in Vegas 12.