I have MP4 clips whose audio plays perfect in VP v14 but is all messed up in VP v15. When playing the video on the timeline, it sounds like audio is speed up like a baby talking very fast. Also, same clips audio play perfect in other NLEs (Resolve v14)
From a couple from Sony Camera, and a couple were recorded by Xsplit during a live streaming. All behave OK on Vegas v15, but the only recorded by Xsplit during Live streaming, have audio messed up, while same behave OK in Vegas 14, and plays OK with VLC, also OK with Davinci Resolve. So it sounds like Vegas v15 issue.
Any small sample you can upload? This can help developers finding the specific issue.
OK, here is one sample. It was recorded while Live streaming through Xsplit Broadcaster. Its audio plays OK in VP v14 and Resolve, but messed up in VP v15. Click on the following link to download from the dropbox. File will be deleted from dropbox after 3 days, so please do ASAP.
WOW... 22 minute video with just 71.2 MB size... extremely compressed.
Thanks, I have downloaded it. - will also forward it to developers.
Agree Nick, a list for further so4compoundplug.dll fix. Thanks for sharing the file.
Should thanks XSplit Broadcaster for creating extremely compressed files :-) We record a lot of Facebook Live and YouTube broadcasts while broadcasting through XSplit. The 20-30 minutes videos are always between 70-80 MB :-) Maybe Vegas should look into Xsplit on how they create extremely compressed files.
This appears to be a bug with the new so4compoundplug.dll decoder. Here's how you can disable it until the bug is fixed:
Hold down the SHIFT key while opening Options > Preferences
Click the Internal tab
In the field "Show only pref containing:" file type "So4" without the quotes
Set "Enable So4 Compound Reader for AVC/M2TS" to FALSE.
OK > Restart
Bear in mind that this may break some of the new support such as 10-bit 422 GH5 files, so don't forget that you've set this!
Please let us know if it helps.
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