In Adobe Premiere you can generate interlaced files using Voukoder. In Magix Vegas this is not possible even if the project is set to interlaced. Voukoder generates only progressive files in Magix Vegas.
It also depends on your encoder. What encoder are you using? Not all encoders can encode interlaced.
I use the Video Encoder H264(x264) with Container MPEG-4 (.mp4)
See the my screen record
The project is set to interlaced. But rendered video is always progressive.
I tried rendering a project with interlaced video. The project is set to interlaced, but the video generated by Voukoder is always progressive. Is there any way to keep video interlaced as interlaced or voukoder only generates progressive video in Vegas?
Happy Birthday! and thanks for making the version of Voukoder available for Vegas.
I have a doubt:
How do I configure the settings of the video to be rendered (Frame rate, aspect ratio, field order etc.)?
In Premiere you can choose these options
But I didn't find it in Vegas
When I need a particular video to be displayed on windows media player on Windows 7, I'll use Voukoder version 1.1.3
I look forward to seeing this release for Magix Vegas.
I noticed that videos rendered with x264 (ffmpeg version 4.1 or higher) do not display correctly in windows media player on windows 7. In the other players (classic media player, vlc, quick time player) the videos display correctly.
Here, videos rendered in version 1.1.3 of Voukoder are displayed correctly in windows media player of Windows 7 as this version of Voukoder must use version 4.0 or earlier of the ffmpeg. The videos rendered in version 2.2.0 of Voukoder are not displayed correctly in windows media player of Windows 7, because this version of Voukoder must use version 4.1 or higher.
To resolve this ffmpeg bug, I replace the ffmpeg file with version 4.0 in all applications that use ffmpeg. The ffmpeg version 4.0 was the last version that does not have this bug.
Is there any way to do this in Voukoder 2.2.0? I just want to replace the version of fffmpeg with version 4.0 so that rendered videos can display correctly in windows media player of windows 7.
I made a screen recording showing this case. It can be downloaded at this link:
Thank you so much for developing this work. I look forward to seeing the Magix Vegas version of Voukoder.