GH5 4K UHD 10bit 422 ???

petecarney wrote on 3/31/2017, 9:32 AM

Can anyone confirm if VEGAS Pro 14 can work with the new GH5 10bit 422 files?  Neither Quicktime 7.7.9 or VMS13 & 14 will see the video portion.  VMS 14 only shows a solid green bar for the video.

Cheers, Pete


set wrote on 3/31/2017, 10:12 AM

Even Resolve still not able to read this file format too...

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petecarney wrote on 3/31/2017, 10:25 AM

Thanks guys.  Resolve 12.5 crashes and closes when you drop one of these files on the edit timeline.  Hoping this is just a QT issue and a simple update there will fix it.

Cheers, Pete

john_dennis wrote on 3/31/2017, 11:09 AM

"Hoping this is just a QT issue and a simple update there will fix it."

I'm not hoping that...

From the Apple site:

"Important: QuickTime 7 for Windows is no longer supported by Apple. New versions of Windows since 2009 have included support for the key media formats, such as H.264 and AAC, that QuickTime 7 enabled. All current Windows web browsers support video without the need for browser plug-ins. If you no longer need QuickTime 7 on your PC, follow the instructions for uninstalling QuickTime 7 for Windows."