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    Hi all,

    Ok basically, I rip my DVDs using Magic DVD Ripper (I make fanvids on youtube) but when I import the mpeg2 movie files (the ripped movie files on my laptop) into Sony Vegas, I can edit the pictures etc but I cannot hear the speech in the audio. I can only hear the soundtrack of the movie in the background but I cannot actually hear the actors/actresses speak.
    However, when I double click on the ripped movie file and watch it in a standard windows media player window, I can hear everything perfectly.
    This isn't just happening with one movie - but every single movie I have ripped.

    Can someone suggest a solution to this problem?
    Thank you very much in advance
    Regards.

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    Do the ripping in Vegas.
    File | Import Media | DVD Camcorder Disc

    (Yes, I know it's not a camcorder disc, but Sony just call it that to make people like me who know the answer appear super intelligent)

    However, I don't believe this will work with some copyright protection mechanisms.
    Tim

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    I see - I didn't realise you could rip DVDs in vegas. I'll try that with homevideo DVDs. I worked out what I'm doing wrong with magic dvd ripper just now though - I'm ripping the DVDs to "Original MPEG2" format when I should be ripping them to "WMV" in order for the sound to work in sony vegas.
    Thank you so much for helping me though. I really appreciate it

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    If you rip it in Vegas, it'll keep the video as MPEG2 - less conversion = less loss in quality.
    Tim

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