OK, so I am a newbie here with the Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 11, and have been going nuts for the last three days. I have been watching the Tutorials, and the “Show me how’s”, but not sure where I am missing the info. I am trying to find out what settings I should use when I make a movie so that I can hear the Audio through my Bluray to watch.
Here’s my temporary problem, after I make a movie on Vegas Studio and put the video on a SD Card that I want to play on my Bluray Player, I always get a message saying that “The Audio Format is not compatible”.
Question: Is there an easy way I can find out what settings I should be using for the Output Formats?
Here are my Blu-ray playable formats:MPEG2
MPO (3D Still Picture)
What I have done:
- First I hit, “Make Movie”
- Then I choose, “Save it to my Hard Drive”
- I have tried the following Output Formats,
- “Main Concept MPEG-2”
- HDV 1080-60i
- Blu-ray 1440x1080 – 60i, 8 Mbps video stream
- SONY AVC /MVC
- AVCHD 1920x1040 – 60i
- Then I drag it onto the SD Card.
Optional Read: How I got into this spot.
I was using the basic “Windows Movie Maker” for my home videos. Then my son joined the Military and was sending home SD Cards, and vice versa. But the Blu-ray did not handle .wav format so I went looking for software that I could use to convert the videos into a compatible format. After a lot of looking into I picked Vegas as the tool to do this.
Thanks so much, any help would be appreciated.