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    Have had issues with converting a Huffyuv file to Blu-Ray format with Vegas Pro 8. Would you anticipate any problems with this?
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  2. yes vegas pro 8 and above should be able to

    what kind of problems are you having specifically
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    What does huffyuv have to with BluRay formats? (other than the fact that huffyuv can only be RGB orYUY2, never YV12).
    You've been ignoring answers to your questions again.
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    Originally Posted by sanlyn View Post
    What does huffyuv have to with BluRay formats? (other than the fact that huffyuv can only be RGB orYUY2, never YV12).
    You've been ignoring answers to your questions again.
    Re-read the topic and my question.

    Have a HuffYuv file I want to convert *to* a Blu-Ray compatible file.
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    Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    yes vegas pro 8 and above should be able to

    what kind of problems are you having specifically
    Had one that got to a certain point and glitched. Might have been an issue with that particular file. That particular file is a moot point now because of the superior interlacing I've been introduced to. Going to be redoing it. I'll see if I get a glitch again.
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    Use the AVCHD encoder, and that's "consumer blu-ray", not "Hollywood blu-ray". I think you need version 9+.
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    Originally Posted by brassplyer View Post
    Originally Posted by sanlyn View Post
    What does huffyuv have to with BluRay formats? (other than the fact that huffyuv can only be RGB orYUY2, never YV12).
    You've been ignoring answers to your questions again.
    Re-read the topic and my question.

    Have a HuffYuv file I want to convert *to* a Blu-Ray compatible file.
    Re-read my answer and jagabo's and budwzr's answer. In essence, all our replies say:
    (a) Yes, Vegas can.
    (b) what does huffyuv have to do with it?
    (c) what do you mean by "glitch"?

    But now that you have the solution, it's moot. Mainly, just asking that you be a bit more specific.
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    Originally Posted by sanlyn View Post
    Originally Posted by brassplyer View Post
    Originally Posted by sanlyn View Post
    What does huffyuv have to with BluRay formats? (other than the fact that huffyuv can only be RGB orYUY2, never YV12).
    You've been ignoring answers to your questions again.
    Re-read the topic and my question.

    Have a HuffYuv file I want to convert *to* a Blu-Ray compatible file.

    (b) what does huffyuv have to do with it?
    I appreciate your efforts to assist but I don't know why this particular point doesn't seem clear to you. I'm taking a HuffYuv file and converting it to a Blu-Ray compatible file. What it has to do with the Blu-Ray is it's the file that's being converted. It's an intermediate stage. I get that an over 300 gig file won't fit on a 25 gig disk. I never at any time said I thought Huff files in of themselves are Blu-Ray compatible. That's something you keep reading into it for some reason. If this doesn't straighten out your misconception of what I've actually been saying, I can't make it any more clear.

    (c) what do you mean by "glitch"?
    It gets to a certain point and stops processing. Always the same point in the file which leads me to think there's a problem with that particular file.
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    Thanks for clarifying the glitch. Don't know why the encoding would just stop at a certain point, but you seem to have solved the problem.

    The difference between huffyuv or Lagarith compression and BluRay or MPEG encoding/compression is this:
    huffyuv and lagarith are not "encoders", they're compressors; they are, for example, similar to ZIP or WinRAR. They don't rearrange the source into a different frame organization such a I, P, B frames (which are mainly partial images rather than full-data images), nor do they incur any data loss. BluRay/MPEG do make those rearrangements and have some degree of data loss involving different bitrates. The BluRay/MPEG compression and partial-image structure are the processing steps that convert a 300GB huffyuv/Lagarith video into a much smaller file.
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  10. to find out if it was Huffyuv "glitch" you cut out a piece out of it in Virtual Dub, that particular part when Vegas stops and try to encode it , if Vegas goes through without problems that it is problem with Vegas export modul
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