VP20 Crash on loading GoPro HEVC

ALO wrote on 8/27/2022, 5:21 PM

VP20 project contains 56 GoPro HEVC 5K MP4's. Drag from folder to timeline, attempt to play, crash. Every single time.

VP19 has no problems loading same files and editing/playing normally.

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j-v wrote on 8/27/2022, 5:30 PM

I saw the same and found a solution for me on laptop to switch off in Options/Preferences/ File I/O the Legacy HEVC decoding. You can try also.

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ALO wrote on 8/27/2022, 6:49 PM

jv that worked -- thank you!

RogerS wrote on 8/28/2022, 2:55 AM

Thanks for that fix, I saw someone else have the same issue.

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PacoDeCasa wrote on 10/14/2022, 11:17 AM

I was also having a lot of problems editing Gopro 10 h265 files, memory usage, hangs.... but after disabling Legacy HEVC codec as @j-v comments it seems to work fine...