Vegas Pro 14 Announcement - w Native ProRes!


Cobra44Magnum wrote on 12/13/2016, 8:48 PM

Okay, shooting the video in MOV works (simply renaming the MP4 file to MOV did not). It also worked after I remuxed it using ffmpeg. However, even though all of these videos play flawlessly with the built-in Windows 10 video app, they bring my machine to its knees in Vegas Pro 14. Its worse than a slide show and all CPU cores max out at 100%. My machine has an Intel Core i7-3960X 3.30 GHz (6 cores/12 logical processors) with 64 GB of RAM and the disk subsystem is a 4-drive RAID 0 array of Samsung SSDs. For most things it rocks the house!


Bottom line is that even though I have a solution, I don't think I'll be using H.265 unless I find some way to edit them without going through too many hoops. I do very much appreciate everyone's input and suggestions. Thank you all.

set wrote on 12/13/2016, 9:21 PM

Right click on these media in Project Media tab, and 'Create Video Proxy'. The preview will use the proxy, but the rendering process will use the full original quality.

Cobra44Magnum wrote on 12/13/2016, 9:48 PM

Awesome! You might have just saved H.265 for me. 🙂 Thank you. That worked great.