I once wanted to debug, as well an H.264 file formatted in Vegas can be processed and have me (before I get a camcorder to buy) at hdtv-praxis.de the curse of Karbibik Trailer in MPE4/H.264 format. I can capture in the file, but unfortunately I get only the soundtrack and no video track. Do I have something wrong or that even Vegas can not handle? Somewhere I read that the Sony AVCHD format editing. Is this about the emphasis on Sony?
Thank you for your help.
Antwort von WoWu:
AVCHD is not available in all forms of the MPEG4 standard H.264AVC specifications. AVCHD is merely a registered trademark of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. (Panasonic) and SonyCorporation. If the networks is something that is contrary to the MPEG4 standard, it has not necessarily of AVCHD devices or software.
Antwort von Marco:
"Is this about the emphasis on Sony?"
No, Vegas Pro 8, the AVCHD all currently on the market cameras (synonymous without prior conversion) to import and edit. But that trailer - as Wolfgang already wrote it up - just not AVCHD.
If the system on which Vegas Pro 8 is installed, the codec is installed, the specification of the H.264 standard, as set out in the trailer file was used, then it may be synonymous Vegas and use the video import and edit. This would imply that either a codec VfW version, AVC or as a Quicktime codec corresponding with Apple to license the system.
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Antwort von Marco:
I can with Vegas is also not open. With none of my NLE editing systems, not synonymous Rename. Only the VLC player plays it with me Picture included again. Otherwise synonymous None of my other players, ie neither the Quicktime Player, or Windows Media Player.
On the other hand, I can, for example, the H.264 an Aiptek camera perfectly in Vegas import and edit.
Antwort von Bluedaterr:
Thank you for your answers.
The whole thing is really quite a halt format jungle. Can anyone give hints, because where I freely accessible material AVCHD think? As such, I just wanted to try was "not so cut-friendly" and "this requires a high-end PC" in practice really means.
Thank you in advance.
Antwort von andreasf:
here -> http://www.fxsupport.de/01_Canon_HR10_Panasonic_SX5_SD5_im_Bildvergleich.html You can find a couple of test files from different AVCHD camcorder.