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Fruffy

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PostedJan 01, 2013 5:14 pm

how to edit clips from in-game recorder

i can't open it with sony vegas.

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tsunamiwavess

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PostedJan 01, 2013 5:15 pm
You need a codec to import it download one.

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Delamakin

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PostedJan 01, 2013 5:37 pm
If installing codec doesn't work, you should convert the video to a format that can be recognized by vegas (such as avi) or use a different video editor.

0xg0ldpk3rx0

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PostedJan 01, 2013 5:47 pm
Delamakin wrote:
If installing codec doesn't work, you should convert the video to a format that can be recognized by vegas (such as avi) or use a different video editor.  


The ingame recorder saves in .avi.

The2009RKO

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PostedJan 01, 2013 5:51 pm
Yep, I use FormatFactory to convert it to MP4 and than edit it on Vegas.

Kyunikeon

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PostedJan 01, 2013 5:53 pm
who would even use that **** recorder lol.

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.Pois0n.

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PostedJan 01, 2013 7:02 pm
cmendonc2 wrote:
The2009RKO wrote:
Yep, I use FormatFactory to convert it to MP4 and than edit it on Vegas.  


FormatFactory ftw  


I love that converter Smile
its free and can lower the size of videos..

and reply to the topic

just adobe after effects

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Delamakin

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PostedJan 01, 2013 7:49 pm
I would not recommend reducing the size in converting. That affects the quality. You should worry about the size only when you render the video i.e. when you're done editing the video. You can use a codec that has lower file size for about the same quality (like 10 bit mkv videos), but I doubt those codec videos would work with vegas.

0xg0ldpk3rx0 wrote:
Delamakin wrote:
If installing codec doesn't work, you should convert the video to a format that can be recognized by vegas (such as avi) or use a different video editor.  


The ingame recorder saves in .avi.  

I didn't know this. It's strange that avi doesn't work with vegas.

0xg0ldpk3rx0

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PostedJan 01, 2013 8:43 pm
Delamakin wrote:
I would not recommend reducing the size in converting. That affects the quality. You should worry about the size only when you render the video i.e. when you're done editing the video. You can use a codec that has lower file size for about the same quality (like 10 bit mkv videos), but I doubt those codec videos would work with vegas.

0xg0ldpk3rx0 wrote:
Delamakin wrote:
If installing codec doesn't work, you should convert the video to a format that can be recognized by vegas (such as avi) or use a different video editor.  


The ingame recorder saves in .avi.  

I didn't know this. It's strange that avi doesn't work with vegas.  


Literally all I do with anything I record is just trim it. And I have this convenient lightweight .avi trimmer. Very Happy

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