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Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 9:35 pm
by Sander de Regt
Hi,

Now that integration between editing, coloring, audio and vfx is high on the agenda, I'm looking into switching my editing over to Resolve. I've been using Edius for years now with great satisfaction.
This also means that I have *tons* of AVIs in the Edius (Grassvalley/Canopus) codec.
These won't import into Resolve right now.
They do work flawlessy in Fusion and the codec is pretty good in storage/performance ratio.
If BMD wants more people to adopt Resolve, maybe adding support for codecs like these will help.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 11:11 pm
by Rohit Gupta
Could you provide some samples and we’ll see if we can add read support for them?

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 11:26 pm
by Andrew Kolakowski
Sander de Regt wrote:Hi,

Now that integration between editing, coloring, audio and vfx is high on the agenda, I'm looking into switching my editing over to Resolve. I've been using Edius for years now with great satisfaction.
This also means that I have *tons* of AVIs in the Edius (Grassvalley/Canopus) codec.
These won't import into Resolve right now.
They do work flawlessy in Fusion and the codec is pretty good in storage/performance ratio.
If BMD wants more people to adopt Resolve, maybe adding support for codecs like these will help.


Which GV codec as HQ and HQX are natively supported by Resolve.
Check in in Edius or with mediainfo.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2018 8:57 am
by Sander de Regt
Which GV codec as HQ and HQX are natively supported by Resolve.

Not according to the most recent supported format document on the support site.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2018 9:06 am
by Tony Martin
Sander de Regt wrote:
Which GV codec as HQ and HQX are natively supported by Resolve.

Not according to the most recent supported format document on the support site.

If I remember correctly, Resolve does recognise HQX/HQ but not in an AVI file.

I think I have used them exported from Edius as MOV.

I would also add my voice to be able to use as AVI from Edius.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2018 12:10 pm
by Byron Dickens
+1.

My Nikon D5000 shoots video in AVI, which I have to transcode before I can import in into Resolve.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2018 1:53 pm
by Josef Pöllmann
+1

Same with me here: After 12 years of work in Avid Liquid I have about 5.000 videos in our archive....
It would be a horror to transcode them all for further use which is neccessary....

The possibility of importing those would be highly appreciated.

Thanks a lot

Josef

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2018 5:51 pm
by Jean Claude
Hi,

From memory, only BlackMagic (which comes from Desktop) and Cineform codecs work in .AVI

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2018 8:06 pm
by Gary Hango
Instead of transcoding the AVI files, have you tried just re-wrapping them to a mov format file using something like ffmpeg or ffmbc?
Code: Select all
ffmbc -i videofile.avi -vcodec copy -acodec copy videofile.mov

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 1:04 am
by Jim Simon
I'm a fan of the free, cross-platform, mathematically lossless UT codec. Working on Windows, it's a great Intermediate. I'd love to have read/write support for this in Resolve.

https://www.videohelp.com/software/Ut-Video-Codec-Suite

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 2:55 pm
by Bryan Worsley
Rohit Gupta wrote:Could you provide some samples and we’ll see if we can add read support for them?


Hope you take them up on that Sander de Regt as it would be nice to have native support for HQX/HQ.avi file import, at least.

That said, remuxing AVI to MOV container is a straightforward task. When I need to, I usually use FFMPEG. But there are other tools, including VirtualDub2 (formerly VirtualDub_FilterMod), that will do it easily:

https://sourceforge.net/p/vdfiltermod/wiki/Home/

It's just a 'direct stream copy'. I use VDub2 mostly for individual files, but if you have alot of files to convert it is possible to set up for batch processing.

Same goes for Avid DNxHD.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 5:19 pm
by Jim Simon
Bryan Worsley wrote:remuxing AVI to MOV container is...


...not always (ever?) desirable.

https://blog.trendmicro.com/urgent-call ... ows-today/

http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/04/18/ ... ktime.html

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 6:32 pm
by Bryan Worsley
I didn't mention anything about using Quicktime (for Windows) per se for remuxing AVI to MOV container (although that's one way people used to do it). And that's all we are talking about here, changing the container format for the purpose of importing these GV HQX/HQ files into Resolve.

Like I said, if BMD were to add support for import of the native AVI files, that would be great.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 8:03 pm
by Sander de Regt
Rohit Gupta wrote:Could you provide some samples and we’ll see if we can add read support for them?

Hi Rohit,

I've uploaded a couple of examples here

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... sp=sharing

They all work in the standalone version of Fusion, so it would be very good if they'd work in Resolve/Fusion as well. Especially since converting all of my stuff isn't a practical solution.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 9:26 pm
by Bryan Worsley
Well it took less than a minute to load and remux those GV AVI files to MOV with VirtualDub2

Resolve 15 beta imports the HQ and HQX.mov files (with and without alpha) just fine, but does not 'see' the Lossless.mov files at all. So I guess Lossless is not supported. Maybe BMD could look at that too ?

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 9:38 pm
by Sander de Regt
Bryan Worsley wrote:Well it took less than a minute to load and remux those GV AVI files to MOV with VirtualDub2

That's not the point. Of course it can be done, but since everything about Resolve is aimed at integration at the moment, going through VirtualDub2 is not an easy workaround.
I don't have that program.

Or the disk space to doubly store my files.

So to use my new intended editor that supports all kinds of formats - and effectively even supports mine - if wrapped in a *.mov - I don't want to jump through more hoops than necessary. One learning curve is more than enough as far as I'm concerned.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 10:38 pm
by Bryan Worsley
Sander de Regt wrote:That's not the point.


It was really to satisy my own curiosity, and particularly in regard to GV Lossless, which I haven't tested before.

Like I said,

Bryan Worsley wrote:...if BMD were to add support for import of the native AVI files, that would be great.

Bryan Worsley wrote:So I guess Lossless is not supported. Maybe BMD could look at that too ?


Here's hoping.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 11:14 pm
by Jim Simon
Bryan Worsley wrote:that's all we are talking about here, changing the container format for the purpose of importing these GV HQX/HQ files into Resolve.


It's more than that, though. We want the files to be readable both inside and outside of Resolve. AVI files usually are readable outside of Resolve because pretty much every Windows video oriented software on the planet (excepting Resolve) can read VfW codecs installed to the system.

We just need that 'inside' part taken care of. Converting to QuickTime could negate the 'outside' part, though.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 11:23 pm
by Bryan Worsley
Crikey, wish I hadn't mentioned it now. Jim, I am with you on that:

Bryan Worsley wrote:Like I said,

Bryan Worsley wrote:...if BMD were to add support for import of the native AVI files, that would be great.

Bryan Worsley wrote:So I guess Lossless is not supported. Maybe BMD could look at that too ?


Here's hoping.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 11:41 pm
by Bryan Worsley
And so as not be accused of obfuscating matters, here's Sander de Regt's post again with the sample GV avi file links, for Rohit's attention:

Sander de Regt wrote:
Rohit Gupta wrote:Could you provide some samples and we’ll see if we can add read support for them?

Hi Rohit,

I've uploaded a couple of examples here

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... sp=sharing

They all work in the standalone version of Fusion, so it would be very good if they'd work in Resolve/Fusion as well. Especially since converting all of my stuff isn't a practical solution.


As regards:

Jim Simon wrote:I'm a fan of the free, cross-platform, mathematically lossless UT codec. Working on Windows, it's a great Intermediate. I'd love to have read/write support for this in Resolve.
https://www.videohelp.com/software/Ut-Video-Codec-Suite


Extended support for 'non-proprietary' third-party lossless vfw codecs (like UTVideo, MagicYUV) is something that has come up a number of times on the forum. Seems to me a more likely prospect for importing (at least) these formats, could be FFMPEG. Fusion 9 already supports FFMPEG for input:

https://forum.blackmagicdesign.com/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=71908#p403705

Of course that would also allow import of formats that BMD otherwise elect to support only in the Studio version of Resolve (like H265, High Profile 10 H264 currently), so if they did take that initiative there would likely be parallel restrictions. But I'm sure they've considered it.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 8:55 pm
by Dilson Abraham
Would appreciate if read support can be added for .m2t files.

I have not been able to import or de-interlace these clips up until DR 14.3. Hope that in DR 15 if read support can be added, it would be a great help for me to import these old projects and finish them off for once.

I have included links to a couple of sample files from my archive if these can be helpful in providing read support.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1s-Fa0mzImkQJ1JkDNMvzYc7EJJdzmzCZ
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1fM5xFIygDuFCItInc7HTJG0p7ymjNBDN

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2018 12:36 am
by Bryan Worsley
These are MPEG2 (HDV).m2t files. Resolve imports MPEG2 only in mxf format, so the existing input options are convert to mxf or transcode to an accepted intermediate format (DNxHD, Cineform, Prores etc).

Last time I looked at the former option I used ffmpeg to remux to mxf but recall there was an issue with Resolve not reading the ffmpeg mxf Op1a format and I had to use bmxtranswrap to rewrite it, as per:

https://forum.blackmagicdesign.com/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=41675#p240678

Rather tedious.

I know that's not what you are asking though:

Dilson Abraham wrote:Would appreciate if read support can be added for .m2t files.


Since this doesn't relate to AVI, maybe you should make a separate request in a new thread.

Edit: I see you did:

https://forum.blackmagicdesign.com/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=72467#p403940

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Wed Apr 18, 2018 7:29 pm
by Jim Simon
Bryan Worsley wrote:Seems to me a more likely prospect for importing (at least) these formats, could be FFMPEG.


I'd prefer the Windows version just included VfW support, as all Windows media software does.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Thu Apr 19, 2018 2:31 pm
by Bryan Worsley
Yes, many Windows-based NLE's do permit access to whatever compatible third-party WFW codecs are residing on the system, but for export this usually this requires modifying the profile of an existing system-supported AVI codec to access the listing, configuring the chosen third-party codec and saving it as a custom profile.

Take Vegas for example. If you export to Sony YUV (native codec) the pass-through luminance range of the imported source is preserved. However, if you 'customize' the Sony YUV profile to use UTVideo or MagicYUV instead and configure for 8-bit YUV (YV12,YUY2) encoding, the luma range of the export gets compressed (i.e. full range YUV 0-255 > 16-235). Fortunately with MagicYUV there is 'full luma' option that will counter that, but not with UTVideo. Point being that you cannot assume third-party VFW codecs will behave in the same manner as system-integrated codecs and it pays to examine their behavior in any given system to avoid undesirable outcomes.

In light of that, is that what you envisage by 'WFW support' in Resolve ? Obviously there's a big difference between that and adding system-integrated (native) support for select AVI codecs, especially when support already exists for the Quicktime (MOV) variant, as is the case with GV HQ/HQX.

For one thing the freely available GV (Canopus) HQX codec does not expose the 10-bit variant as an encode option when accessed as a 'standalone' VFW codec outside of Edius, even though webpage information would suggest otherwise:

https://www.grassvalley.com/products/hqx_codec/

I do agree though it would be nice to have lossless AVI option's besides Uncompressed.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Fri Apr 20, 2018 3:39 am
by Bryan Worsley
Actually, I've just checked out (for the first time) the standalone (free) version of Fusion 9, and the Render (I/O Saver) format options for AVI export do indeed list the third-party 64-bit VFW codecs residing on my system, although in the case of UTVideo and MagicYUV it is limited to the 8-bit variants. Also it does not give access to the native configuration panels of the codecs, which in other Windows-based NLE's that support VFW codecs is usually possible. Not so much of an issue for MagicYUV because the default encoder/decoder settings can be configured with a global configuration utility. But for other VFW codecs like Cineform (I have GoPro Cineform codec 9.2.1 installed) the only way I can see to configure the codec is via an independent video utility that can access the Cineform VFW Control Panel, like VirtualDub. So, unless I'm missing something, I wouldn't say the support given for these VFW codecs is really that comprehensive.

Still, I ran a few 'pass-through' (no transforms applied) tests with sample HD-AVC.mp4 clips exported to UTVideo (YUV 420) and MagicYUV (YUV 420) and was happy to see that the exports did preserve the YUV profile of the source, with the 'Export' settings at default.

Anyhow, that's Fusion 9 (standalone) not Resolve 15. But I can appreciate why folks accustomed to Fusion would hope for greater flexibility in choice of AVI formats.

Haven't got around to checking out ffmpeg import in Fusion yet.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Fri Apr 20, 2018 8:35 am
by Fred Rodrigues
I might be alone in this request- I hope not. I do a lot of live video playback and video mapping. For this I use the HAP codec, it is very fast and efficient and many video mapping systems use it. Particularly I use a direct show or media foundation based player to acheive this great performance (no chance to use something like a hyperdeck for mapping). I would love to see this in resolve now that it has fusion as it could be a great go to for creating this kind of content. The codec its self is open source and can be found here: https://github.com/Vidvox

There is a direct show filter here: http://renderheads.com/product/hap-for-directshow/

and AVI based hap samples can be found here: http://downloads.renderheads.com/2014/s ... 30-Hap.avi
and with alpha here: http://downloads.renderheads.com/2014/s ... 0-HapA.avi

I would love it if I could get these files directly from resolve (I can get them from after effects) instead of a full transcode after exporting, which for late changes before shows is pretty stressy..

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Fri Apr 20, 2018 12:50 pm
by Bryan Worsley
Not used it myself, so can't comment.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Fri Apr 20, 2018 1:33 pm
by Chad Capeland
How about just supporting FuSYSTEM_API ImageFormat or OpenImageIO? That way codecs and file formats can be add independently.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2018 8:43 pm
by FarbSpielRaum
Fred Rodrigues wrote:I might be alone in this request- I hope not.


No you are not, I opened a new topic on HAP support: viewtopic.php?f=32&t=73185&p=407232#p407232

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2018 3:19 am
by Peter Chamberlain
Byron Dickens wrote:+1.

My Nikon D5000 shoots video in AVI, which I have to transcode before I can import in into Resolve.


Can you provide me a link to two samples?

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Fri May 04, 2018 11:40 am
by Byron Dickens
Peter Chamberlain wrote:
Byron Dickens wrote:+1.

My Nikon D5000 shoots video in AVI, which I have to transcode before I can import in into Resolve.


Can you provide me a link to two samples?



What's a good way to do that?

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Fri May 04, 2018 5:02 pm
by Andrew Kolakowski
Bryan Worsley wrote:I didn't mention anything about using Quicktime (for Windows) per se for remuxing AVI to MOV container (although that's one way people used to do it). And that's all we are talking about here, changing the container format for the purpose of importing these GV HQX/HQ files into Resolve.

Like I said, if BMD were to add support for import of the native AVI files, that would be great.


AVI container is old and quite limited: no field order flagging, no aspect flagging, no timecode etc. If you work with SD and for broadcast this is a massive issue.

There is no need to re-mux to MOV if you have QT PRO on PC. Open your HQX AVI in QT 7 and save as MOV reference file. Import this one to Resolve. It should work.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2018 2:17 am
by Uli Plank
Since it hasn’t been updated for years and there are known exploits, the QT framework and QT Player is officially considered a security risk on PCs. Many IT departments will refuse install it.
.MOV files themselves are not a problem.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2018 9:48 am
by Andrew Kolakowski
I'm sure if you just open file and create MOV ref one you risk is tiny. There is 10x bigger risk from constant use of internet browser yet no one is so paranoid about it.

Is there at least 1 known exploit related to this existing QT player "hole" ?
If you work for big company and they don't allow for QT player then it's some issue.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2018 10:52 am
by Jean Claude
Andrew Kolakowski wrote:
Bryan Worsley wrote:I didn't mention anything about using Quicktime (for Windows) per se for remuxing AVI to MOV container (although that's one way people used to do it). And that's all we are talking about here, changing the container format for the purpose of importing these GV HQX/HQ files into Resolve.

Like I said, if BMD were to add support for import of the native AVI files, that would be great.


AVI container is old and quite limited: no field order flagging, no aspect flagging, no timecode etc. If you work with SD and for broadcast this is a massive issue.

There is no need to re-mux to MOV if you have QT PRO on PC. Open your HQX AVI in QT 7 and save as MOV reference file. Import this one to Resolve. It should work.


Confirmed. :)

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2018 7:49 pm
by Sander de Regt
Andrew Kolakowski wrote:I'm sure if you just open file and create MOV ref one you risk is tiny. There is 10x bigger risk from constant use of internet browser yet no one is so paranoid about it.

Is there at least 1 known exploit related to this existing QT player "hole" ?
If you work for big company and they don't allow for QT player then it's some issue.

Sure, but I find it a bit ironic that you suggest working around an 'old and quite limited container' by using software that's completely abandoned, not updated and which has been known to wreak havoc with gamma levels.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2018 8:26 pm
by Andrew Kolakowski
You either have QT PRO or not. If you do, this is very good work around which requires basically no time and effort. I don't buy this "crap" about QT player being "banned" by USA goverment or even being "abandoned". If something solves my problem who cares if it's latest version of the app or something not maintained? If it works this is what counts. I use many other apps which are not maintained but are great and useful. You know QT player possible risk, so you can decide yourself. I know it provides 10x less risk than my everyday internet browsing, so I'm brave and use it :)
MOV itself has no problem with gamma- its all crappy implementations around it (so apps which write MOV) which use to cause possible issue. It grown into some "myth" caused by countless repeats on forums without people understanding real cause of the problem. So blamed gamma tag has not been in use for years now as it has been replaced by "colr" atom in MOV headers.

My "best" advice is- use MOV. Edius allows to export HQ/HQX in MOV (with timecode, etc) and this is far the best solution (but some people have many already exported AVI HQ/HQX files).

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2018 1:17 am
by Uli Plank
I second that, I use QT Player Pro too – on my personal machine.
But a lot of IT departments are staring so much at official announcements by MS or Apple that they'd never install it at my workplace.
And NLE manufacturers are also steering away from the QT framework on PC. In the good old times I just needed to install any new or exotic codec on the machine and it showed up everywhere. Now even Adobe left that behind.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2018 1:40 pm
by Bryan Worsley
Irrespective of opinions about the legitimacy of the AVI format and these 'MOV workarounds', it's interesting that the two responses from the BMD Team both requested samples.

Sander de Regt wrote:
Now that integration between editing, coloring, audio and vfx is high on the agenda, I'm looking into switching my editing over to Resolve. I've been using Edius for years now with great satisfaction.
This also means that I have *tons* of AVIs in the Edius (Grassvalley/Canopus) codec.
These won't import into Resolve right now.
They do work flawlessy in Fusion and the codec is pretty good in storage/performance ratio.
If BMD wants more people to adopt Resolve, maybe adding support for codecs like these will help.

Rohit Gupta wrote:Could you provide some samples and we’ll see if we can add read support for them?

Peter Chamberlain wrote:
Byron Dickens wrote:+1.
My Nikon D5000 shoots video in AVI, which I have to transcode before I can import in into Resolve.

Can you provide me a link to two samples?


Evidently BMD do take these requests seriously and are no doubt aware that extended support for AVI codecs has been a recurring theme, and one that is perhaps more pertinent......

Sander de Regt wrote:Now that integration between editing, coloring, audio and vfx is high on the agenda.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2018 9:00 pm
by Andrew Kolakowski
They have HQ/HQX decoders already implemented, so adding support just for different container should be very easy. In this case I would also like to see support for "private" timecode, aspect/filed order flagging which GV is using in Edius exported AVIs. At last this way things are robust. If you do it, do it right :D

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Mon May 14, 2018 5:06 pm
by Jim Simon
Andrew Kolakowski wrote:AVI container is old and quite limited: no field order flagging, no aspect flagging, no timecode etc.


That's...confusing. DV AVI files contain all that info. Gspot was a staple for reading that data in the DV era.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Mon May 14, 2018 5:19 pm
by Jean Claude
In a MOV you can easily insert video and audio tracks (at least 24 audio tracks) without size limits.

From memory, the AVI is limited to 4 GB. Someone confirms for the AVI?

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Mon May 14, 2018 6:59 pm
by Jim Simon
AVI files have no size limitations. The Fat32 file system does.

Creating 13 GB AVI files from a 1 hr DV tape was routine using the NTFS file system.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Mon May 14, 2018 7:11 pm
by Andrew Kolakowski
Jim Simon wrote:
Andrew Kolakowski wrote:AVI container is old and quite limited: no field order flagging, no aspect flagging, no timecode etc.


That's...confusing. DV AVI files contain all that info. Gspot was a staple for reading that data in the DV era.


There is no standard way of passing timecode, aspect ratio, field order etc in AVI. It can be done using private headers, but each company does it differently, so then it's all messy.
Edius for example also reads all this metadata fine from its own exported files, but import those to Premiere and nothing is read. This is the problem- lack of standard. In case of MOV these headers are standardised.
In case of DV this info may be actually stored in DV private headers, not AVI container. Not sure.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Mon May 14, 2018 8:34 pm
by Andrew Kolakowski
Jim Simon wrote:AVI files have no size limitations. The Fat32 file system does.

Creating 13 GB AVI files from a 1 hr DV tape was routine using the NTFS file system.


No sucha limit in AVI itself. I had files above 2TB although you need to use something called superindex, which may not be supported by all apps which read AVIs.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2018 10:50 am
by Andrew Kolakowski
Sander de Regt wrote:Hi,

Now that integration between editing, coloring, audio and vfx is high on the agenda, I'm looking into switching my editing over to Resolve. I've been using Edius for years now with great satisfaction.
This also means that I have *tons* of AVIs in the Edius (Grassvalley/Canopus) codec.
These won't import into Resolve right now.
They do work flawlessy in Fusion and the codec is pretty good in storage/performance ratio.
If BMD wants more people to adopt Resolve, maybe adding support for codecs like these will help.


This is done now, but from metadata only timecode is written/read. Other metadata is not written.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2018 8:10 pm
by Sander de Regt
Great to see that my request is now implemented in B3!
I'll check it out shortly, but it's good to see that BMD is listening to its users. Very nice!

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2018 10:55 pm
by Bryan Worsley
There you go ;)

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Sun May 20, 2018 7:16 pm
by Bob Rooney
I am running Beta3 and tried importing AVI file from 2006. It failed without any message. All my MP4 files worked fine. I tried to upload a 30 second AVI attachment but was too large.

Re: Please add support for more AVI codecs

PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2018 11:09 pm
by Bryan Worsley
Bob Rooney wrote:I am running Beta3 and tried importing AVI file from 2006. It failed without any message.


What was the AVI codec ?