SuperG wrote on 9/4/2012, 9:06 PM
It's nothing you can do in Vegas. There are software packages out there that produce DCP packages, but they are very expensive. If this is just on once-in-a-while or one-off DCP project for you, better to let a service bureau do it.
Marco. wrote on 9/5/2012, 4:17 AM
What you can do in Vegas Pro is render your project to a DPX image sequence and sound to uncompressed wave (24 bit, 48 or 96 kHz, each channel to a separate file). Then you could use e.g. OpenDCP to do the DCP conversion and packaging. It's a free-of-cost-solution and it works fine.

Dan Sherman wrote on 9/5/2012, 6:49 PM
Yeah, found that Open DPC , but am just staring at the interface wondering what to do.
Sort of like when the car acts up and I open the hood and just look.
Thanks for the clue Marco.
Encoding will be a tall order for one as technically challenged as I!
Here goes nothing.
Dan Sherman wrote on 9/5/2012, 7:20 PM
Marco, now I have all these DPX files.
The interface defaults to MXF, and doesn't seem to allow me to enter the files into the "picture" window.
Is there a manual somewhere I wonder?
Dan Sherman wrote on 9/5/2012, 7:24 PM
It is asking for MXF files.
Should I render out to MXF.
Not getting this.
Dan Sherman wrote on 9/5/2012, 7:31 PM
Chose JPG200 and it's doing somethng150 of 1962 files and counting.
Marco. wrote on 9/6/2012, 4:38 AM
I'm running short of time at the moment. Maybe the OpenDCP documentation helps you getting some steps further.
Dan Sherman wrote on 9/6/2012, 9:08 AM
Documentation is somewhat helpful.
But this is a complex and time-consuming process.
I'll leave it to a production house.
Thanks anyway, Marco.