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    Default VCD format

    Oh i may have found a flaw in vegas, does it to VCDs

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    When I was a lad VCDs was in mpeg1 format but who uses them now ?

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    Well I do, I use them as a handout to my business, I put short videos etc on to CDs, usually about 100mb so no point in a DVD

    I also supply them with photographs on to clients

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    Well that's fair enough I just thought you can produce a DVD at the same price as a VCD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Blue View Post
    Well that's fair enough I just thought you can produce a DVD at the same price as a VCD.
    Actually I thought about what you said and have checked out the cost of TDK printable DVDs and they are not that much more than CDs so you have achieved one thing, I am going to use the CDs JUST for photos and move over to DVDs for the rest as from tomorrow.

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    I'm glad I helped !

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    JR,
    a good decision considering this for instance (from Sony Vegas Knowledgebase)
    Development priorities
    While it is possible to use the MainConcept MPEG-2 plug-in to produce good quality MPEG-2 files for SVCD or other purposes, our goal is to provide the highest possible quality MPEG-2 files for use in DVD-authoring programs. Engineering and support priority has been, and will continue to be, devoted to MPEG-2 for DVD.

    Btw, it seems the preset MPEG-1 render templates (incl. VCD PAL) were dropped from VMStudio 11, but they're still in VPro 11.

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    That's very interesting to know they are actually thinking about these things. Now all they have to realise is that we should be able to edit Panasonic .mxf files without having to by the Ray-light plug in. Not that it doesn't work very well but it would have been nice to save $100.

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    MB,
    like someone said, Sony and Panasonic still refuse to play nicely together
    Editing P2 MXF files in Sony Vegas : Sony Vegas

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    is there a problem with me using my panasonic files in vegas then before i buy it

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