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    Default how do i save as a MT2 file

    Hi

    i am using vegas and have captured the M2T files with Connect HD and imported them into vegas but now i want to save them back out to a M2T file but i donít see it when i go to Render As. when i go to Render As, in vegas and then go to save type i do not see the Connect HD there or anything about M2T. can you please tell me where i got to go to in order to save it out as a CineForm M2T file from the timeline?

    Thanks

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    Set 'save as type' to .avi, then click custom, seclect video tape at bottom, Nest to 'video format' selct 'cineform hd codec.

    I presume that will do it, but havent tried it as I dont have hd camera (yet)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaskar
    Set 'save as type' to .avi, then click custom, seclect video tape at bottom, Nest to 'video format' selct 'cineform hd codec.

    I presume that will do it, but havent tried it as I dont have hd camera (yet)
    Yes got it now

    thanks for the help

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