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Just don't use it for any serious work. ~jr http://www.johnrofrano.com http://www.vasst.comReturn to posts indexReport Post•Re: Sony Vegas files in DVD Architect - size issuesby Mike Kujbidaon Aug 16, 2012 at 1:33:40 Remove unused Media Remove unused media to help free up resources. According to the bit-rate calculator in VASST Ultimate S Pro, you should use 5,400,000 as the average bit-rate to fit 1:45:00 on a 4.7GB DVD-5 BTW, MPEG1 is a dinosaur format Movie Studio Zen. Source

Forgot your password? Setting the booktype to DVD-ROM makes the burned media identify as if it was a commercially stamped disk. --Scott Thank You Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report stilltrying wrote Try working on your project in pieces Try working on your project in pieces. I thought it must be the discs, so have tried a Fujifilm, Verbatim & a Compro...all DVD-R's & none of them work.

DVD Architect can be purchased with Sony Vegas. All Rights Reserved. Thank You Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report stilltrying wrote on 04/24/2005, 03:57 AM I tried going into DVDa & rendering using the "Prepare" button. Quote 6th Jan 200603:07 #3 guns1inger View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Always Watching Join DateApr 2004 LocationMiskatonic U Vegas does not like VBR Mp3 audio, which will be

I'm not sure what tool to use for the conversion though. Do your Project Properties match the video you are importing ? Quote 24th Jul 200712:05 #8 Init View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateOct 2003 I'd had an Xvid encoded avi file with vbr mp3. If Vegas supported every video codec, it would add greatly to the cost of the software.

Read my blog here. There are two solutions to this problem. #1 Convert your video into a Vegas friendly codec/format. #2 Record your original videos using a different codec/format. Even though this is the case, please make sure that you DO actually have 4GBs of RAM installed. Reset the software back to default values Sometimes mysterious alien artefacts and corrupt files can build up inside the temporary files cache and cause bizarre behaviour.

Thankyou for all the help here to help me work it out. Quote 2nd Aug 201015:00 #9 victorstaley View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateAug 2010 LocationChile Install K-Lite Codec Pack, bye. He then copied the 1st disc that wouldn't play, using Nero & the copy plays on all the players!!! Many people that have reported problems with using the new GPU Acceleration feature in Vegas Pro and Movie Studio, have simply turned off the GPU accelerator in the Preferences - Video

The format that DVD Architect2 uses in the final burn must be a little different to other programs & less universally compatible OR maybe I need to change some setting somewhere....I About the Site About MeZen BlogPrivacy PolicyEthics Statement Customer Testimonials Newsletter Archives Amazon Store Support Forum Contact MeMy AccountFAQs Site Map Subscribe to NewsletterUnsubscribe from Newsletter Translate Language MSZ Security USE COUPON CODE: "VEGASdiscount" TO TAKE $10/€10/£10 OFF ALL PRODUCTS Support Movie Studio Zen Movie Studio Zen is a fully independent site and all our content is free. Statistics 516 visitors over the past 5 minutes Newest guides How to add "Video in text" mask with VSDC Vide...

I have DVDA 2 & have downloaded the Build 22 update......that's what it says when I open the program! this contact form I need to render the audio of my project in AC3 for Architect Pro. Any reason I have to output to AC3 in the first place instead of another audio form? If it is less than 4,700,000,000 bytes, then burn the folder to the disc.

Sony Vegas and DVD-Architect won't recognize any avi files undless fourcc is "DIVX", even if it's a xvid, doesn't matter. Answer: There is no easy way to answer this question and one particular sized shoe definitely will not fit everyone in regards to the solutions. Do you have the GPU Acceleration turned ON or OFF ? have a peek here All rights reserved.

With DVDShrink you can compress quite a lot with not much visible degradation. Advertisement Recent Posts Transfer pix/videos from... Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.

Quote 24th Jul 200710:19 #7 mltwitz View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateJul 2005 LocationNY Actually, the solution to this problem was to merely change the fourcc

My StuffAccount settings and support history. Why is it best? No way around this...so forget reinstalling. I've been using the LG GSA line and have been happy with them.

Jan 16 © Videomaker, Inc. If you have been doing a lot of editing over many hours, then it is often a good idea to SAVE As and then do a RE-BOOT of your computer before I rendered it the in Vegas under Main Concept MPEG2 setting for DVD, and of course the audio as an ac3 file. http://recupsoft.com/sony-vegas/sony-vegas-pro-8-0.html Try a Clean Re-Boot of your Computer Try a clean boot to start Windows with a minimal set of startup programs.

Rob Mack Thank You Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report stilltrying wrote on 04/23/2005, 03:44 AM Just an update on this issue. A friend of mine emailed me the following suggestion.................... "Most programs give you the option to save to disk or burn to DVD. Do not show me this message again. They create files that aren't quite the right size.

Over the last 18 months, I have noticed that Sony Creative Software has become a lot more vigilent in updating all current versions of their programs. nope tried that, will this k-lite codec thingy help?