video cut off

Jorge-Vazquez4931 wrote on 5/11/2022, 1:24 PM

As you can see from the picture, I'm having a problem, with videos being cut off, but the sound is still there. It's about a minute or so cut off. This just started happening. Funny thing is, when I use windows media player to watch it, it shows the whole video. Any one have a clue as to why this is happening. Thanks.

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Reyfox wrote on 5/11/2022, 1:30 PM

What created the video?

Jorge-Vazquez4931 wrote on 5/11/2022, 1:37 PM

Action! Mirillis

daniel-t wrote on 5/11/2022, 1:58 PM

Is the audio and video completely in sync on the timeline? Sometimes a file with an incorrect video framerate can do this (video finishes before audio).

And when you play back in media player, are you sure youโ€™re seeing โ€œextraโ€ video content? If so, there could be mild corruption / bad data causing this that a player can ignore but an editor might not be able to.

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Jorge-Vazquez4931 wrote on 5/11/2022, 3:33 PM

Yes, the video and audio are totally in sync. The video runs fine when I use media player, but when I use Movie Studio 15, it chops off the last bit of the video, but not the audio. This just started recently.

john_dennis wrote on 5/11/2022, 8:31 PM

Have you tried running your source file through VideoReDo Quick Stream Fix? There could be errors in the recording that players just play through while editors choke on them.

Also, you could try converting your media to Apple ProRes in Shutter Encoder (or anything else that Vegas opens for that matter) because of the same possibility.

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Reyfox wrote on 5/12/2022, 6:42 AM

You can use MediaInfo to know if the video is variable frame rate or not.

I've personally found that most screen/game recorders wind up being variable frame rate. I personally use Handbrake for making them constant frame rate videos. Both of those programs are free.

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Jorge-Vazquez4931 wrote on 5/12/2022, 1:03 PM

Thanks for all the advice! I really appreciate it. Gonna see what works. I'll be back to give an update to how it went. Thanks again! Super kind! ๐Ÿ˜

Reyfox wrote on 5/12/2022, 1:12 PM

@Jorge-Vazquez4931ย just a side note... this is a Vegas Pro forum, there is a Vegas Movie Studio forum located HERE.

Jorge-Vazquez4931 wrote on 5/12/2022, 2:44 PM

Thanks very much for the info. Wasn't sure which one to go to. By the way, I got it fixed. I used Shutter Encoder and it fixed the problem. Everything lines up. Thanks again to everyone for all the help. I really do appreciate it!