Frameserver: BETA Testing . . .

Grazie wrote on 7/4/2009, 11:55 PM
I have had the privilege to have tested Satish's Frameserver for VP9.

It is looking great for my workflow, so maybe an early release is imminent!

Satish is a real Gent and has had to deal with my "particular" User abilities (Lol!).

So, stand by people, it is nearly here . . .



ScorpioProd wrote on 7/5/2009, 1:24 AM
Excellent! :)
willlisub wrote on 7/5/2009, 4:11 AM
Sorry for my lack of knowledge, but will somebody explain the how and why of frameserving as it applies to use with Vegas Video.

I see it mentioned on the forum here, but have no idea how it might help my workflow as I don't know what it is.

Pretty sorry statement for someone who has been around digital video editing for 20 years.

JJKizak wrote on 7/5/2009, 5:23 AM
It allows you to send your avi to access another codec or VirtualDub to do all kinds of different things using VirtualDub filters and also a huge number of "stuff" that is available in VirtualDub which is free.
douglas_clark wrote on 7/5/2009, 5:37 AM
For explanation of frameserving, check out Jonathan Neal's post in this thread (19th post), and the link that Spot suggests (ca 10th post).

Home-built ASUS PRIME Z270-A, i7-7700K, 32GB; Win 10 Pro x64 (21H2);
- Intel HD Graphics 630 (built-in); no video card; ViewSonic VP3268-4K display via HDMI
- C: Samsung SSD 970 EVO 1TB; + several HDDs
- Røde AI-1 via Røde AI-1 ASIO driver;

Grazie wrote on 7/5/2009, 5:59 AM
Douglas, thanks for the reminder. Great thread.

I'm looking at some FS option for my 30fps thing in the "other" thread here today.