Black screen where Quick time clip is

Wovian wrote on 12/31/2016, 1:34 AM

Hi Guys

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I have rendered a video in VP14 which includes a quick time clip but when I play it back in DVDA 5.2 whilst I can hear the audio, that part of the movie (a clip from an iPhone) does not appear and I just a black screen.  The other parts have rendered fine.  Is this a quick time version issue or something else? I am running version 7.7.9



set wrote on 12/31/2016, 4:36 AM

I prefer encoding the quick time clip to compatible MPEG2 Blu-Ray / MPEG4 SonyAVC for preparing the file in the DVDA.

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Wovian wrote on 12/31/2016, 5:04 AM

Thanks Set.  I just realised that it was the updated version of Quick Time that was causing the problem.  I went back to the earlier version and it was fine.

By the way it was the MPEG2 file I was referring to that had the iPhone clip within it.