Sound Forge Audio Studio 15 Error

T-Roy wrote on 8/6/2022, 3:24 AM

While in Vegas Pro 19, when editing / normalizing a video project's audio using sound forge audio studio 15 which came with Vegas, I get the following error message when I try to save the audio after editing it. (An error occurred while saving one or more files. No template was specified.) What template is the program looking for?

In previous versions this was solved by saving the project in Vegas then the audio could be saved.


rraud wrote on 8/6/2022, 10:18 AM

This is the Vegas Pro forum, re-post your topic in the Sound Forge community forum (or maybe a VP forum moderator can move it for you. I can only move topics within the forums

rraud, Magix forums moderator

vkmast wrote on 8/6/2022, 10:34 AM

We can't move to MAGIX forums. The OP needs to re-post there

vkmast, a VEGAS forum moderator

rraud wrote on 8/6/2022, 11:37 AM

What template is the program looking for?

I would choose the PCM 48kHz format, if it is not the default already,
In Vegas, do you right-click the event and select; "Open in audio editor" ..or.. "Open copy in audio editor" ?

T-Roy wrote on 8/6/2022, 3:46 PM

Open in audio editor and i'm using the default but I will verify just to be sure. Thx I will also repost in the Sound Forge forum.

rraud wrote on 8/6/2022, 5:12 PM

If you do not know already @T-Roy, "Open in audio editor" opens the entire media file in the audio editor (Sound Forge), whilst "Open copy in audio editor", copies the event's audio to SF timeline and creates a new "Take" file and puts it over the top of the original in Vegas. New 'takes' by default are PCM <.wav> files. If the entire file is opened and changed SF would ask for a format if none is selected. This could potentially overwrite the original if it is saved with the same name and format. I do this sometimes when I am 110% sure of an EQ. or other change.
btw, 'takes' can be toggled in VP with the 'T' key.