jim wrote:so I install Arena on my beastly Metabox laptop (it has dual linked sli GeForce cards and most excessive specs imaginable), I was ran over while on tour in the states at start of year and someone stole my MacBook pro
Sorry to hear.
jim wrote: I tried out of adobe media encoder and tried the good old trick of changing the file extension from mp4 to MOV, that normally fools resolume in a crunch.
Have you been using this for all your footage for 15 years?
jim wrote: I am trying to install the standalone dxv installer now though I shouldn't have to. I presume most pc users use the avi container or is there some secret William Gates witch-craft. I'm not a Noob I have being using resolume for nearly 15 years, hell before there even was a mac version so I am feeling like a massive idiot at this moment in time.
-So the mp4 to MOV trick only worked very well for me with OSX.
-We still use MOV for pc. DXV3 on any system is based off of the quicktime encoder. Its not that different here.
-AVI is not used at all in resolume.
Here are some steps
-First i would install quicktime for PC, that normally a good start.
-Grab Mpeg stream clip as a mac user i'm sure your used to it, but media encoder is my fav on pc.
-Quicktime is your encoding method(not avi), DXV 3 will be available under codecs after you choose quicktime.
-Select DXV 3 as you normally would
When installing Resolume you should have the encoder installed. IF not then use the DXV encoder installer https://resolume.com/download/files?fil ... taller.exe