klt wrote on 2/3/2019, 2:47 AM

Is it a game capture video with 18k ultrahd resolution, and 189 to 280fps variable framerate? Or is it a DV-avi from an ancient camera with 720x576 50i resolution and fixed framerate?


Try to use Mediainfo, and post file properties too.

Last changed by klt on 2/3/2019, 2:51 AM, changed a total of 1 times.

Camera: JVC GY-HM600

Desktop: AMD Ryzen 5 1600, 16GB RAM (dual channel 2400 MHz) - Videocard: Radeon R9 380 2GB

Laptop: i5 5200u, 8GB RAM (1600MHz single channel) Videocard: integrated HD5500

tomdenim wrote on 2/3/2019, 3:28 AM

It's just CSGO Clips off youtube. Like.. 300 FPS No clue on how to use MediaInfo though. Sorry

walter-i. wrote on 2/3/2019, 5:13 AM

Start with "C"

tomdenim wrote on 2/3/2019, 1:56 PM

1.The person in that youtube video edited those clips like a charm. So I don't think the clips are the problem.


4. geforce rtx 2070


6. Yes on my GPU


8. I'm using the standard render settings.

9. Details are in my post. (Numbers are from "C")

tomdenim wrote on 2/8/2019, 12:20 AM


klt wrote on 2/8/2019, 1:36 AM

Bump. On my machine it's even worse. Try to create proxies, and if you'll work with the proxies, preview will be fine. Preview set to "preview", not good or best, because then Vegas will use the original file instead of the proxy.

BTW your project is not 300p right?

What's the point of having 300p footage? Unless you want a frame perfect 1/5 slow motion in a 60p project , it's pure wasting resources.

tomdenim wrote on 2/11/2019, 1:56 PM

So.. I fixed it. and honestly I don't know how.