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    Default [Help!] Multiple Audio Tracks

    Greetings friends, I'm trying to render my video using Vegas Pro 8 in a way of which allows me to keep two, separate, individual audio tracks, for which my viewers can select which track they would like to listen to. It's something you see often with ripped movies, where you can select to either hear, for example, a French track, or an English one, or a commentary track.

    Every time I render, regardless of the format or settings, I have no luck. I'm really acting blindly here.

    Your guidance appreciated,
    Sofia Thomas

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    Okay, so i've taken a few steps forward.

    I've got some files in DVD Architect, just no clue how to make everything work.

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    DVDA Manual page 107.
    If you haven't got it, download it. It's quute useable, unlike many manuals.
    Tim

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