I need an advice about the format of storage of my video.
As I wrote earlier, my camera is pretty ancient, and it uses an exotic way of formation of the 4K video frame.
The matrix of this Cam is divided into four virtual parts. Each part has a Full HD resolution.
The camcorder records video simultaneously in four threads in "AVCHD" format, on the four flash memory card simultaneously.
Proprietary program "JVC 4K Clip Manager" together with "Grass Valley AVCHD Converter"
using "Canopus HQX" codec creates a video file of 4K 59,94 fps.
Theoretically, the value of bitrate, of this 4K format video file should be equal to four times the value of the standard "AVCHD" format.
However, the program "Grass Valley AVCHD Converter", after "gluing" of these "quarters"
creates a video file with a bitrate of 1 Gigabit!
So there are two questions:
1. In what format do you recommend to keep the source video?
2. During the editing of this video source (or converted to another format to reduce the size of the video) in the "VP15"
I can't use with this video bundled "Vegas Stabilizer" plugin. VEGAS Pro 15 always crashing , giving the error message:
Application Name: VEGAS Pro
Application Version: Version 15.0 (Build 216)
Problem: Unmanaged Exception (0xc0000005)
Fault Module: C:\Program Files\VEGAS\VEGAS Pro 15.0\proDADMercalli20.dll
Fault Address: 0x000007FEBB716B36
Fault Offset: 0x0000000000046B36
Fault Process Details
Process Path: C:\Program Files\VEGAS\VEGAS Pro 15.0\vegas150.exe
Process Version: Version 15.0 (Build 216)
Process Description: VEGAS Pro
Process Image Date: 2017-09-25 (Mon Sep 25) 16:06:42
This does not happen with video files taken with other cameras.
I will be very grateful to anyone who could give me some advice about a storage format of my video (without losing the original quality of the video),
and help me find the reason of such "dislike" of bundled "Vegas Stabilizer" plugin to the format of my video files.
I unloaded 6 seconds of my video source files here (535 Mb!).