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LukasD wrote on 9/27/2020, 2:34 AM

Is this happening with software rendering or NVENC? 4K or 1080P? Studio Driver installed? (Nvidia)

RogerS wrote on 9/27/2020, 3:24 AM

What is the footage? HEVC variable frame rate? Post the media info here.

KziPhoto wrote on 9/28/2020, 9:01 AM

I'm sorry but I'm starting on video!
The shooting was done with my fuji XT2

Name : DSCF8376.MOV
Video : 00:00:13,000, 25,000 ips progressif, 1920x1080x32, AVC
Audio : 00:00:13,000, 48 000 Hz; Stéréo, PCM

This happens with software rendering
This is the rendering format
Audio: 192 Kbps; 48,000 Hz; 16 Bit; Stereo; AAC
Video: 25 fps; 1920 x 1080 Progressive; YUV; 12 Mbits / s
Pixel shape: 1,000
My graphics card is a Radeon R9 200 Series

j-v wrote on 9/28/2020, 9:56 AM

MediaInfo is a little and free program to show exactly all about videofiles, look here for installation and use on this forum: https://www.vegascreativesoftware.info/us/forum/faq-how-to-post-mediainfo-and-vegas-pro-file-properties--104561/

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peter-h wrote on 9/28/2020, 1:28 PM

I have no experience of this but a little research comes up with:

The XT2 shoots video in MOD format.

There are well known problems with this format. It might be worth converting a copy of your an original file, converting first to MP4 and then render to what you prefer.

There is info on this at

https://www.movavi.com/support/how-to/how-to-convert-mod-video.html?gclid=Cj0KCQjwk8b7BRCaARIsAARRTL45ruTAjWk6yvX7DnFjxAZZhWDtSs1-eUYRP7xnHAwMQbZHqjEF_w4aAhMqEALw_wcB

and probably elsewhere.

Good luck!

RogerS wrote on 9/28/2020, 8:06 PM

I think Media Info's functionality is also included in the excellent MPC video player, so if you already have that just open the file and take a look at the properties.

Musicvid wrote on 9/28/2020, 8:32 PM

Many, but not all .MOD files will open in Vegas by changing the extension to .MPG

wwaag wrote on 9/28/2020, 8:46 PM

@KziPhoto

How about uploading a sample of the footage that is causing the problem to something like DropBox that could be downloaded for testing?

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ClaraCraighead wrote on 9/29/2020, 12:47 PM

I have no experience of this but a little research comes up with:

The XT2 shoots video in MOD format.

There are well known problems with this format. It might be worth converting a copy of your an original file, converting first to MP4 and then render to what you prefer.

There is info on this at

https://www.movavi.com/support/how-to/how-to-convert-mod-video.html?gclid=Cj0KCQjwk8b7BRCaARIsAARRTL45ruTAjWk6yvX7DnFjxAZZhWDtSs1-eUYRP7xnHAwMQbZHqjEF_w4aAhMqEALw_wcBnetworkz.com.sg/best-it-outsourcing-companies-singapore-review/

and probably elsewhere.

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vkmast wrote on 9/29/2020, 1:36 PM

Sure they are actually those kind of .mod files? wwaag's comment is valid.

KziPhoto wrote on 9/29/2020, 2:04 PM

Thank you all.  I will try the solution proposed by @peter-h by converting my rushes to mp4 format

wwaag wrote on 9/29/2020, 2:18 PM

"Sure they are actually those kind of .mod files?"

From your description, the file is AVC and NOT MPEG2. Plus, if you look at the XT2 specs in this DpReview https://www.dpreview.com/news/8595291296/now-with-4k-fujifilm-x-t2-offers-24mp-improved-af-and-video-specs, you will find that it only records in these formats "MPEG-4, H.264" and not MPEG2. The conversion software suggested will NOT work for your intended purpose.

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