DXV Codec

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May 31, 2017

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Premiere Pro and Media Encoder are not finding the DXV Codec I downloaded from Resolume's site.  It installs quickly without error but I cannot find it as an active Codec in Premiere Pro

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DXV Codec

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May 31, 2017

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Premiere Pro and Media Encoder are not finding the DXV Codec I downloaded from Resolume's site.  It installs quickly without error but I cannot find it as an active Codec in Premiere Pro

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Did you have Quicktime installed an usable in Premiere before you install the DVX?

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Jun 02, 2017

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I have tried this on the two computers I am using and both don'r recognize the codec.  this has to be something I'm not enabling in Premiere Pro and Media encoder?

Seems straight forward but when I pull up the Quicktime option for exporting I get limited options

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Jun 02, 2017

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Maybe this will help - DXV Codec - Resolume Avenue & Arena Manual

I checked out the website and am confused about how this is all supposed to work. I think too many tech companies today make assumptions and therefore do not promote a clear message to the uninitiated as to just what their product actually does! Frustrating....

Jeff

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Same here, what is also interesting is that going straight through QT seems a little faster than I remember AMC.

What OS are you on?

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Yes Quicktime is available as a format but can't see the DVX options either in the Preset dropdown or the video codec dropdown  this has to be something simple I'm missing

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Having same issue with after effects. This is a major problem as most of what I do is in DXV!

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I had the same problem. In my case the dvx-Installer put the codec into the wrong folder. What helped me was this:

1. Search on your PC for dvx

2. There is a file named "DXV3Codec.qtx"

3. Rightclick -  Open the data path

In my case it was here C:\Program Files (x86)\QuickTime\QTSystem

4. COPY the File

5. Paste it here: C:\Program Files (x86)\QuickTime Alternative\QTComponents (or whatever you are using)

This should be enough, I also did this to be sure:

6. Copy the complete "QTComponents" Folder and paste it to the normal QuickTime-Folder.

7. Restart and work 😃

This worked for me, I hope I was able to help you!

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Thanks, that was really usefull

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hey there,

do u mean there is a folder called "QuickTime Alternative"?....coz i dont have one..or do u mean some alternative to quicktime? what might that be?.

 

i installed the dvx codec but it isnt showing up in the dropdown menus of media encoder

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@Irisvideo did you ever got an answer? I'm having exactly the same question.

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