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Thread: File format altered after AE 5-1 update ?

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    Thomas TV2
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    File format altered after AE 5-1 update ?

    Hi there.

    Before i go to report a bug.
    I have just updated my 8000 to 5-1-171027 and when i do a record, my Mac (with Newtek codec installed) only see a green picture with audio.
    EDIT. It works in my Premiere Pro CC, but it is still green in Final Cut X 10.3.4
    Maybe it is a local problem.


    But yesterday I could edit Final Cut and Quicktime 7 with no problems on the old version of AE2.

    If I take a info on the new file, it says: codec is a mpeg2video. The codec is not the same as before updating TC
    It works on my PC with Quicktime 7 and Newtek codec, but why doesnt it work on my Mac in Quicktime 7 and FCP X ?



    INFO from the media:

    Format: QuickTime/MPEG-4/Motion JPEG 2000 format
    Stream count: 3
    Duration: 00:00:19
    Bit rate: 95592 kb/s
    Meta info:
    compatible_brands: qt
    minor_version: 512
    creation_time: 2017-11-08 13:46:53
    major_brand: qt

    Stream 0
    Type: video
    Codec: mpeg2video
    Codec profile: High
    FourCC: xd5c
    Duration: 00:00:19
    Width: 1920
    Height: 1080
    Sample aspect ratio: 1:1
    Display aspect ratio: 16:9
    Pixel format: yuv422p
    Frame rate: 25 fps
    Bit rate: 100000 kb/s
    Meta info:
    handler_name: DataHandler
    creation_time: 2017-11-08 13:46:53
    language: eng
    Last edited by abcwille; 11-08-2017 at 08:31 AM.
    Tricaster 8000 AE2

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    Hi,
    Has anyone got an answer for this? I have a client with a seemingly similar problem.

  3. #3
    Thomas TV2
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    No, I have rolled back to version 4 .
    Tricaster 8000 AE2

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