I have a 20 minute long " WMV 9 120FPS.avi " file that I want to edit. The problem is.. the file only opens properly in Windows Movie Maker(wtf??), and I want to use a different program to edit it.
How do I convert this file so it can be opened in programs such as Adobe Premiere, Sony Video Vegas, Virtualdub without lowering the quality? What should I convert it to? Because right now it won't open properly in any of the programs mentioned above.
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Set WMV9 support in ffdshow VfW configuration.
ffdshow video encoder configuration > Decoder > Codecs > WMV3/9 = libavcodec (eventually wmv9)
Or install WMV9 VCM codec.
Or use Avisynth script.
Use FPS conversion in VD or better in Avisynth script.
Originally Posted by Placio74
Now onto problem nr 2:
I have a WMV9 120 fps.avi file which I want to add some background music to.. as an extra track
When i try to save the edited project, now with background music, it results in
1: Playback issues when using the default compressor
2: When I use the Microsoft wmv9 compressor, it 1: Takes awfully long time to save it (a 1 minute clip took 15 minutes,, and my file is in total 20 minutes, so it will take 5 whole hours for a 20 min episode...). and 2: The video "lags" whenever the "camera" is moving (don't really know how to describe it..).
Isn't there some way to just copy the original video and audio when I save it? Since, the only thing I do to the file is to add an extra sound file to it.. or do I still have to re-encode the whole file? :S