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Marco. wrote on 5/24/2020, 5:05 AM

Which build of Vegas Pro 17 do you use?

Frankzz wrote on 5/24/2020, 5:13 AM

Hi Marco - I am on build 421

Frankzz wrote on 5/24/2020, 5:18 AM

I don’t get sound from the m2ts files but other audio that I have added works fine

Steve Grisetti wrote on 5/24/2020, 8:00 AM

Do you see an audio waveform on the timeline?

You don't say where your video originated, but there are a number of possible answers -- including the possibility that your 3D file had a separate video and audio stream.

Frankzz wrote on 5/24/2020, 8:08 AM

I found a message from August-Malatia to copy mvcmove.dll from Vegas 15 to Vegas 17 - and it is now working

Frankzz wrote on 5/24/2020, 8:09 AM

Thanks

Alex-Pitel wrote on 5/28/2020, 9:08 AM

I have problem. M2TS file - audio in Vegas 17 (last build 452, official) is in 10.1 db MORE that it should be. Waveform is looking ok, but If I do normalize - I have clipping 10.1db. WHY? In Sony Vegas 13 - everything is OK. And i'm not lammer, I work with Vegas a lot! I hate when something like this is coming out!

Alex-Pitel wrote on 5/28/2020, 9:28 AM

I found workaround...

@MikeLV @john_dennis

STEP 1 Copy the folder compoundplug and ac3studioplug folder of the Vegas Pro 17 Build 321 located in C:\Program Files\VEGAS\Vegas Pro 17.0\FileIO Plug-Ins.

STEP 2 Paste this folder into Vegas Pro 17 Build 387 in the same location C:\Program Files\VEGAS\Vegas Pro 17.0\FileIO Plug-Ins to replace the compoundplug and ac3studioplug folder. I recommend doing a Backup of the original folder, in case you want to revert this change.  

This will make ac3 recognized as it used to be.