Video Capture - Good Editing Software?

Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Application Development Forum' started by Pyronoid, Mar 9, 2012.

  1. Pyronoid

    Pyronoid New Member

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    I used to use Fraps 3.4.6, alongside Sony Vegas 10, to produce my videos - I jumped ship to MSI Afterburner for the obvious reason of less GPU draw from recording.

    However, MJPG and RTV1 compressed videos don't work in Vegas 10, in spite of all my efforts.

    As much as a fix for such would be lovely, what I'm asking is if anyone can recommend a similar video editing software suite which will accommodate MJPG encoded videos. Thanks!
     
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  2. ablev

    ablev Member Guru

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    I´m using TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5 to create Mp4 vids from the MJPG videos and i´m thinking, the quallity is good.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbeeFsmC6M4

    If you will see the best quallity, please, set my youtube vid to 720p and sorry for my bad english.

    ablev
     
  3. bdub5886

    bdub5886 Master Guru

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    Well for editing, which I don't do alot of so I use Windows Movie Maker. I only do clipping and video spliting. I convert to H.264 with Media Espresso. Movie Maker is of course free, Media Espresso is paid service. There are free source video converters available though.


    such as:
    http://handbrake.fr/
     
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  4. gedo

    gedo Master Guru

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    I understand you can get MJPEG to work in Vegas by installing an MJPEG codec.

    One free codec you can use is ffdshow-tryouts (Note that the original ffdshow project is defunct since 2006, ffdshow-tryouts is an offshoot that has recent updates). You must install 64-bit ffdshow if your Vegas is 64-bit. Then enable MJPEG decoding in the Video for Windows (VFW) settings of ffdshow and restart Vegas.
     

  5. Shinzok

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    you could also try using following program (or more a scripting language)

    AVI SYNTH http://sourceforge.net/projects/avisynth2/

    It allows you to force using either AviSource or DirectShowSource and when using AviSource you can even specify which FourCC (dus codec hij moet gebruiken).

    I use this when I want to convert a FRAPS recording with DIVX CLI H264 encoder. cause it not recognise the codec.

    here is some more info on how to use the AviSource parameter --> http://avisynth.org/mediawiki/AviSource

    Not sure if Sony Vegas 10 allows the use of AviSynth , but if it does this should help convert even more unsupported video formats :)
     
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