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Old May 12th, 2009, 08:03 AM   #1
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Vegas 9 and RED R3D files

I can report Vegas 9 64 bit working very well on my system on either Vista 64 ultimate or Windows 7 RC 1 64 bit. Working on a Core i7 920 with 12GB of memory.

One thing I did notice. I opened up a 4K file I have from my RED camera. Played super smoothly without doing anything special yet. I went to look at the properties for the file though and it indicated it was a 2K (2048 x 1024) file but REDCine reports that file as a 4K 2:1. So it looks like Vegas may be misreporting file types. I'll be curious to see if anyone else can open up a 4K file and see its properties reported as 4K.
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