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  1. Using MeGUI to extract HD tracks I brought my footage into Vegas with this script:

    LoadPlugin("X:\Users\#####\Desktop\Video Tools\MeGui\tools\ffms\ffms2.dll")
    FFVideoSource("D:\Movie\F1_T2_Video - .mkv")

    Both the MKV and the script seem to be fine when viewed, but once I started making cuts in Vegas, grey glitches happened at 3 intervals of the film. The odd thing is, if I make adjustments to the cuts I made, it seemed to affect where the glitches showed up. It shows a few frames of grey, then a random couple of frames from another part of the film, then resumes continuity. The audio is fine, and the film remains in sync.

    Has anyone seen this before?

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  2. How are you loading the .avs into vegas? avfs ? or digital intermediate?

    Because some frames appear mixed up with cuts/non linear seeks - if you're using avfs, it will become sluggish/slower, but more accurate if you add seekmode=0

    FFVideoSource("D:\Movie\F1_T2_Video - .mkv", seekmode=0)

    Or using a lossless digital intermediate should solve your problems
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  3. Sorry, just when I thought I'd mentioned everything...

    Thanks for the response. I'm using Pismo File Mount Audit Package to create a virtual AVI.
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