FuTz wrote on 4/21/2009, 5:29 AM
Cheno or Coursedesign might give you some input on the Video forum... they've both been running Vegas with Bootcamp for a while now... ;-)
newhope wrote on 4/21/2009, 6:45 AM
I run Vegas on a Mac Pro and don't have any audio anomalies with the inbuilt audio hardware.
I also run an external audio interface via firewire with the Mac Pro and Vegas.

The inbuilt audio hardware is different to an iMac so I don't have personal experience with it.
Which model are you running?

Are you experiencing audio problems with any other programs when booted into Windows? My concern here is whether the audio drivers, installed by BootCamp, are working correctly. This would show up in programs like Windows Media Player.

I'd also try replaying any video from Vegas in QuickTime player when booted into Mac OSX to see if the audio problem persists on the Mac OS... if it does it might point to a hardware issue.
drbam wrote on 4/21/2009, 7:56 AM
My remote system is a macbook pro - bootcamp, XP sp2. I have not experienced what you describe either with the internal sound card or external units (firewire or usb).
nitrospectide wrote on 4/23/2009, 12:39 PM
It seems that all of Windows is having the issue. Sounds created in Windows play back sounding correct (not overly loud or distorted) on the Mac side. It sounds like this may be a driver issue then?
newhope wrote on 4/23/2009, 9:34 PM
It certainly appears to be a driver issue.

I'd try reinstalling the BootCamp drivers on the system.

Check first if you have the latest version of BootCamp on the Apple website in case there are any drivers or firmware updates your system should have installed.

NOTE to reinstall the drivers you'll need to go to Control Panels/Add Remove Programs in Windows and uninstall BootCamp then reboot and install it again.

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