FS7 file format and VP13

megabit wrote on 2/22/2015, 5:50 AM
Which codec/format as written internally by the FS7 camera is currently supported by VP13? I think the MPEG flavor (HD) is not a problem, but how about the XAVC-I and XAVC-L QFD (are they 10bit 422)?


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cal79 wrote on 2/23/2015, 12:16 PM
I think it's a total disgrace that Sony Software and Sony Camera development can't work together when launching new products.. I've been down this road before in the past with XDCAM, both these companies might as well be on different planets..

VidMus wrote on 2/23/2015, 1:28 PM
@ cal79

There are a number of planets under Sony's umbrella.

videoITguy wrote on 2/23/2015, 7:35 PM
in fact the whole of the Solar system included.
cal79 wrote on 3/3/2015, 3:41 AM
Do you think thats an excuse for a billion dollar corporation? they clearly don't put enough resources into the creative software team judging by their technical support response times etc.. Maybe Sonic Foundry should never have sold out.
farss wrote on 3/3/2015, 3:45 AM
[I]"Maybe Sonic Foundry should never have sold out."[/I]

They had no choice.

cal79 wrote on 3/3/2015, 3:54 AM
Sad to here that Bob..
royfphoto wrote on 3/3/2015, 5:10 AM
Perhaps we could read the internal emails on this issue, I hear their not hard to get.:)
farss wrote on 3/3/2015, 5:37 AM
Sonic Foundry were heavily invested in developing more than SF and Vegas, they were into delivering streaming content, they were probably too far ahead of their time and ended up around $60 million in the red. Sony took a pretty big gamble paying out that kind of money.

That bit of history also explains why the whole "levels" issue exists with Vegas, the only codec you could use for streaming content back then was WMV and it wants cRGB.