I am exporting a short video clip that I want to be able to play seamlessly when looped in a video player.
The issue I'm experiencing is that the last frame of my exported clip does not have audio - it's muted / cut off.
I do have the Fade Out Offset on the audio clip set to 00:00:00. Are there any other settings (Preferences or Track FX) that might cause a cut off to the (exported) audio?
Sometimes there is also a pop / click / glitch noise right at the end as well (noticed it in 44100Hz files, whereas 48000Hz seem to be free of the pop - still cut off though). The click is audible when played in a player as well as when imported back to Vegas.
FPS for project and export are matching (@25), and the end of the sound clip is aligned with a frame in the timeline. Settings also match the source file as closely as possible (bit rate and depth of source file exceed those of Vegas').
The only workaround I found so far is to export with several additional frames and trim the clip with 3rd party software, but that is a cumbersome solution.
I have put together an example project (Sony Vegas Pro 14.0), download link below. I have exported the first segment in the timeline and reimported it further to the right. I marked the frames in question - the last frame of the source track has audio, in the reimported part it does not.
Hope someone can help me with this.
Software: Sony Vegas Pro 14.0
OS: Windows 10 x64