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    DPX import issues with Sony Vegas 9.0c
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    Hey guys, got a weird issue here.

    When I import just ONE dpx image, it comes in crystal clear, and just as bright & vibrant as it should be. However, when I import a SERIES of the same dpx images to create the video file I'm needing to import/export, then the image is muddy ... specifically the image is VERY dark as compared to before...like the gamma has been reduced, or blacks/levels crushed, etc. Color's not as vibrant either.

    Thoughts on why this is happening. A glitch with importing dpx image series anyone's aware of? Can't find anything on the Sony website about it.
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    David Jimmerson, anyone?
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    I haven't seen this with Vegas, but I've only had to deal with DPX a few times. Version 9 is the first effort for the Vegas team in offering DPX. It would not surprise me at all if there were glitches. Have you opened a support ticket?
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    No, not yet ... but I AM doing to upgrade to 9.0e to see if that makes a difference, as well as trying it in 32bit mode, as sometimes there's a difference in that as well.
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