I am having the VERY same issues as #1 above. extracting audio from video gives me ‘empty’ wave file as well. Other suggestions to even use this new vid engine - otherwise it’s back to 8.5 (bummer - I actually liked C9.0.2 - now this ‘step back’.)
I don’t think I’ll pay extra money to compensate their lack with an external player.
Used to use this free player long time ago: http://forums.jeskola.net/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=7
Will give it another try…
Maybe they’ll quickly fix this beta thing but the problem is the meaning of “quickly” at Steinberg’s house witch is not reactive anymore.
I doubt they’ll fix it before 9.5 which we’ll have to pay for.
I’m a early Cubase lover and pro user on daily basis since the Atari times (so that’s V1.0 on 2 floppy disks) that’s why I’m upset with the actual direction this company, which has been the leader in creativity and innovation in this market, is pointing to.
Im deeply saddened.
I havent yet paid attention to the cpu consumption… because i’m still stuck at the extract audio functionnot working.
I use Cubase everyday for 8 hours a day… and scoring to video is my main profession… if this ultra basic feature is non existent, its a sad day for guys like me.
Working around it right now by using cubase 8.5 to extract audio and then importing track from project into cubase 9. What an unneccesary addition to workflow complexity.
I refuse to pay extra bucks to get vidplay vst.
Really pray that Steinberg fixes this fast.
Just thinking if this vid issue on importing audio is happening with our Nuendo/Cubendo brothers and sisters…they have to be close to torches and pitchforks by now.
Hi out of curiosity, is there anyone having this issue who is not on Windows 7?
Great question Richard.
I see one user has 7 and 8.
@beanstalk40 does it happen on both of your machines?
Dont know about WIN 8… havent used my laptop yet for this…
Ok if you get a chance, would appreciate it to see if it is just a WIN7 thing.
Same here win 7 ,even video files that played fine before are not responsive like it use to be…I’m curious about decklink users,how video is handled by the card?
Not being able to extract audio is a Windows 7-only issue at the moment. Steinberg says that they’re working on a fix:
For now you’ll have to use free tools to extract audio from video files, but at least you don’t have to worry about Quicktime leaving your computer unsafe anymore.
Ahh indeed… another work around is if you have 8.5 installed you can use that to import video. Save the project and then open that project in Cubase 9.
I’m thinking… can’t you just extract the audio from the video file using VLC? That should be the easiest workaround for now.
60 fps content doesn’t play at 60 fps and drops frames on my system, especially when in full screen.
I’m having no problem importing video. The video plays, the audio is extracted. Used MP4 as the test.
Likewise here, unable to extract audio from a video file on Windows 7. Reverted back to 9.0.20 for now. Hopefully a new fix will come soon
dragged a mp4-video and everything works perfektly - very komfortable !
What is not clear in the following ?
Future developments planned for future updates
AAC Audio Extract on Win 7 is in development.
AJA video device support is also in development.
Replace Audio in Video is no longer possible. As an alternative, video render export functionality (including audio) is planned.
MXF container support is also planned.
Optimization should be part of it too, it’s a shame that it drops frames for me and uses a lot of cpu for everyone.
That was mentioned in the part I didn’t quote yes definitely need optimization.
I’m not worried, Nuendo is marketed at post production, this is something they can not afford to have at this state for long.
This is if they ever want to make a serious dent into the protools market.