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    I'm using VEGAS 6 and I have a Sony DVD Camera. I use Pixela ImageMiwer to import videos from my Sony Camera and it creates them in MPEG1 form as far as I understood.

    When I try to import them SONY Vegas I don't have any audio. I have MConcept plug-in installed and AC3 codecís.

    Please HELP.
    Thanks.
    Adriano

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    You would make life a helluva lot simplefor yourself if you captured in Vegas itself. Try it. Much better!

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    I've tried to import the movies with Vegas but it doesn't recognize the Camera, I don't why. Is there some drive missing?
    Adriano

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    For all the captured files, isn't there anything I can do to import them to Vegas? I don't have the source DVD because I use re-writable DVDs.
    Adriano

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    Do this

    Tools>Preferences

    Preview device tab

    Select 1394 DV Device

    Your camera should now be recognised when you plug it in via Firewire

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    Unfortunately DVD camcorders do not support firewire.

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    Whooooops!

    You're quite right!

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    This means that there's not possible to import MPEGs captured with Pixela ImageMixer, standard program delivered with Sony DV camcorder in SONY Vegas????
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    There's a few options available to you. By far the easiest is to simply conver the MPEG to a format Vegas is happy editing:

    http://www.videoforums.co.uk/guide-faq-90.htm#9

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