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Nick Hope wrote on 5/25/2018, 2:50 AM

Thanks for testing Grazie. Yes, that's how it should be. Windows 7, right?

Grazie wrote on 5/25/2018, 3:03 AM

W7 yes. Don't forget I recently did my Regression Testing and reinstalled UP to B321 through the previous Builds - yeah? Meaning, I didn't install-OVER. Could that be a factor in making this work?

R0cky wrote on 6/4/2018, 5:56 PM

This bug is back for the latest (361) build. Also, if you get a good file that plays back in an ac3 compatible app, when you take it into DVDA you only get the right channel, or possible a left channel that's -20dB or so.

 

rocky

Nick Hope wrote on 6/5/2018, 4:24 AM

This bug is back for the latest (361) build. Also, if you get a good file that plays back in an ac3 compatible app, when you take it into DVDA you only get the right channel, or possible a left channel that's -20dB or so.

rocky

I get both channels normally when I take a VP15b361-rendered AC-3 file into DVDA (7) build 84.

R0cky wrote on 6/5/2018, 10:21 AM

With more testing, it appears to be the display and playback in DVDA. Building a bluray disk plays back correctly. I haven't tested if if happens when the project is set to DVD output, but I will.

Left channel appears and plays back about -20 dB from the right in DVDA 5.2 and 7.

The overwrite bug appears in both Vegas 15 and 13 now.

bitman wrote on 12/11/2018, 1:22 PM

Glad I found this post, this bug is back in Vegas 15 build 416 and Vegas 16 build 307

Current system: VP 17 post (build 353), VP16 (suite) build 424, (uninstalled VP 13,14,15), Vegasaur, Magix Video Pro X (VPX11), Corel VS ultimate 2019, a lot of NEWBLUE plugins, Titler Pro 6, Mercalli 4.0, Respeedr, Vasco Da Gamma 12, VASST stuff, Production Assistent pro3, Boris Continuum 2020, Davinci Resolve Studio 16,...

  • OS: Windows 10 Pro 64, version 1903
  • CPU: i9900K stepping R0 (since October 2019), previously, der8auer i7-8700K (advanced edition), default speed (no overclock), Cooler: Noctua NH-D15s
  • RAM: G.Skill Trident Z 3200C14 DDR4 64GB, XMP set to profile 1 in BIOS
  • Videocard: NVIDEA RTX 2080Ti (Founders edition), NVIDEA studio drivers
  • Monitor: LG 38 inch ultra-wide (21x9) - Resolution: 3840x1600
  • C-drive (games & APPS): Samsung NVMe SSD 2TB 960 pro

  • Current Video source work drive: Samsung NVMe SSD 2T 970 EVO plus

  • Mass Data storage & Backup: WD gold 6TB + WD Yellow 4TB

  • MOBO: Gigabyte Z370 Aorus Gaming 7, BIOS F14
  • PS: Corsair HX1200i, Case: Silverstone fortress 2,
  • Misc: Logitech G910, Evoluent Vertical Mouse, shuttlePROv2

 

NCARalph wrote on 6/3/2019, 5:31 PM

This bug seems to still be in Vegas Pro 424. It's rendering a full length audio file, but it's silent in DVDA and VLC. Deleting the old AC3 file and re-rendering works.

AC3 seems a bit abandoned, this problem and the render options button is grayed out so you can't turn rendering of the loop region on and off.

Windows 10 Pro 64, i7 6700K @4GHz (with Intel Graphics 530) , 16 GB, AMD Radeon R9 370, SanDisk Ultra II 960 GB, 9TB storage spaces RAID, 2 monitors running off the Radeon, (one plugged into the Intel Graphics also, just to use QSV from the Intel Graphics)

Musicvid wrote on 6/3/2019, 6:15 PM

This bug (blank file) exists in Vegas Pro 8. I just delete the old file if I want to keep the same name.

Musicvid wrote on 6/5/2019, 9:21 AM

This bug is back for the latest (361) build. Also, if you get a good file that plays back in an ac3 compatible app, when you take it into DVDA you only get the right channel, or possible a left channel that's -20dB or so.

This is a known issue of AC3 Studio where the 90% phase shift that enhances PLII playback is not functional. This is not an issue with the output. It has been identified, documented, and reported many, many times over the years. AC3 Pro does not exhibit this issue in DVDA with the phase shift enabled. I first researched and isolated the issue over a decade ago [link coming].