epirb wrote on 1/12/2005, 3:14 PM
Not that anyone doent want to answer, most of us have Vegas, and things are a little diferent. stick with us though, someone should come up with an answer.
Regarding the slowed audio, is it more than the normal distortion fo sound that you would hear when something is played back slow? does it sound stepped/ or stuttery?
Sullivan wrote on 1/12/2005, 3:50 PM
It is easy to extract a single frame as a still image. Make sure the timeline cursor is sitting on the frame you want. Make sure the video preview quality is set to "Best (Full)". Click on the little floppy disk icon at the top of the preview monitor...

Vegas doesn't seem to have a good way to render your entire clip as a sequence of still frames. It can import such a sequence, though.
To turn a whole clip into a sequence of stills, I use Virtual Dub

Your question about slowing down a clip is more complicated. How much are you slowing it down? What is it (music, voice, etc)? As you can see, I have more questions but no answers. Maybe someone else can jump in here. Be aware that it may just not be possible to get good results with your particular track.