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Login Now. Loading comment The comment will be refreshed after Your comment will be reviewed by a moderator before it is published on the site. Sound and microphone work fine with Microsoft 10 tests. Movie Studio 17 worked fine before latest update.

Sound works fine through speakers until a USB microphone is plugged in. Then no sound and no microphone. This sounds like a Windows 10 Sound configuration problem. Close Vegas 2. Connect Microphone 3. Right-click Speaker icon in lower right corner of Windows Taskbar 4. Set Input to Microphone 6. Now you can configure speakers and mic in Vegas, if needed. It was. Microsoft decided the microphone was both and input and output device somehow. I don’t understand how my speakers passed the output with that configuration.

I suspect that I will have to correct this problem each time I plug the microphone in. Hi Derek.. This has solved my problem. In Movie Studio Platinum 14, I have been having problems with sound lately.

In the software, it sounds fine, but when I upload it to YouTube, my second sound bar doesnt sound. When i have my music in that second bar, the music doesnt play, but when my sfx are in that bar, the sfx doesnt play. This is a better place to ask this question. I have it installed on my own computer and it works. Hi, thank you for this it is very informative. However I have tried all of these but I am still not getting any audio from media files I put on to Sony Vegas.

Can you please help? It would be easier if you asked this question on the forum, because on the forum we can share screen shots if needed. The forum is free to join and easy to use.

Copy and paste your question into the forum and as soon as I see your message I will reply. Hello, can you please help me. The Video looks great but the audio just sounds like tons of static.

If I turn off the left channel of the audio it sounds a bit better but still very distorted. Do you know what audio settings I should be using for my projects? Thank you very much in advance! You may be experiencing a problem caused by the new Magix Encoder they are now using.

I believe that Magix knows about this problem and is working on it. Hi, can you help please. When I record Xbox footage via obs then load it into sony vegas 14, the sound is there but I have no audio waves even if I check uncheck audio waves it doesn’t register it. However if i record my mic it does show me sound waves on a seperate channel.

I am recording with a HD60 pro Can you help Hi Derek My capture is a HD I record through OBS So this is how it works I have mic audio on channel 1, xbox audio on channel I record thr footage through OBS and then when I load it into Sony Vegas I have audio waves on the mic channel but on the audio footage of the gameplay there is no audio waves I have checked the show waveform markers but nothing appears on the xbox audio I do not have the same set up as you, so have no experience.

I know from the past, that some of the recording options for audio in the HD60, are not compatible with Vegas. What are your render settings in Vegas? Yes, what are your render settings?

Otherwise the audio render should be exactly.. Try a PCM audio render Thank you both for the responses! My apologies, I should have mentioned – I have two main render settings, but I have experienced this problem with both settings. Could that be the problem? And WOW, what a difference! A perfect match. Just to double-check everything, I re-rendered the same thing using the AVC Codecs I mentioned above, and sure enough, the music was about half as loud in the AVC-render compared to both the.

It’s so strange – it’s like the AVC renders recognizes that the music tracks are very loud, and it automatically lowers them drastically, while the. Since this is the case, would that infer the the problem doesn’t lie within my player and soundcard settings, but maybe within the Sony AVC templates I’m using?

Other question – would it be possible to render the video with the Sony AVC Codec I mentioned above while rendering the audio with the. Since the. I’m trying to figure out how to do that now, but I’m not having any luck as mentioned, I’m an audio noob!

Thank you both once again so much for your help, I really appreciate it! It’s more a matter of convention than practicality. Can you make some new renders to confirm this is what is happening? The normalization can be changed in the custom settings parameters Thanks so much again for both of your replies! Unfortunately I am out of town at the moment away from my video-editing computer, but when I return next week I will definitely do some more tests by making new renders to confirm whether or not my AAC volume is lower than my WAV volume and report back also, to specify, the problem primarily seems to be with the music, not the audio from my video – not sure why this is the case.

It seems like when I render with AAC it balances the volume out – i. But in any case, I’ll definitely respond early next week! Thank you both so much again, I sincerely appreciate your help!

Sorry for the delayed response, just got back home from out of town. I can now confirm that the AAC audio is in fact lower in volume particularly with the music tracks than the WAV renders. Still not sure why. Rraud, you said, “The normalization can be changed in the custom settings parameters. I am not familiar with the term ‘normalization,’ but does that adjust the audio to be a certain volume?

Do you happen to know where in the custom settings parameters this could be changed? I don’t see anything but I could be missing it. Again, it does seem like the AAC render tries to ‘balance’ the audio it never lets the audio get too loud – it just ‘stops’ it from getting louder, even if the audio sounds extremely loud in the Vegas timeline.

Thank you both once again so much for your help! I don’t recall the Dolby AC-3 “Studio’ version has these user settable options. This works out for me with light compression and peak limiting, peaks not exceeding Hey rraud! Thanks for the detailed instructions on how to change the Dynamic Range Compression settings to none! That was very helpful to see, I followed those steps to check it out.

Unfortunately, you are correct – these same user settable options do not appear to be available in the Dolby AC-3 Studio version. This is very unfortunate. If not, any other thoughts? Thank you both so much again for the help!!!

By the way, I just noticed something that I haven’t paid much attention to before. As mentioned, I’m very new at editing audio – I was previously unfamiliar with how to use the Master Bus, but I’m reading up on it a bit now. It looks like a decent amount of my audio is going over 0 db I have some audio at 7. It seems like when I render with AC-3, it normalizes my audio so nothing goes over 0 db. When I render with WAV, the audio is just how it sounds in my timeline with audio up to 7. Is there any way to turn this normalization off so I can have the audio sound just as it does in the timeline even going up to 7.

Not sure if this new information helps or not! Thank you both once again so much! Not even David Copperfield or Houdini could achieve that!

I’m not familiar with Vegas ‘studio’ version, but AVC. As Christo correctly stated, it’s impossible to render audio exceeding 0dBFS. However in some windows, Vegas and SF will additionally display the absolute over 0dBFS value in floating point 32bit. You won’t get a hard clip like you would if you convert to a fixed point format.

This is what allows us to work internally – to a point – over 0db. It makes the math easier to do the float to fixed point at the last stage before the hardware. However, since hardware is fix point d-a, it will not sound very nice. Some audio device drivers will accept floating point streams and allow gain reduction before they convert. Not a good way to work, but it is there. Far better to keep a handle on your gain structure from start to finish.

Your final delivery should never exceed 0db on the master bus, and there are many schools of thought on what is the best, depending on whether you are sending to a mastering service and such. Your typical mastering engineer will want some head room to play with, and a broad dynamic range. I should have stated that it is possible to render in the 32 bit FP mode and I occasionally do so for work in progress.

But as Peter stated, playback would be a problem in most end users. Wow, thank you so much everyone for all of the responses! I sincerely appreciate your help. In conclusion, it looks like I really just don’t know what I’m doing when it comes to editing audio and that’s my actual problem, haha. I have been video-editing for 10 years but audio-editing has always been my weakness.

It seems that my problem has been that many parts of my video go above 0. It sounds like the solution is simply that I should try to make sure that my audio never goes above 0. I am completely unsure of how to use the Master Bus, and I’m not sure how to develop skills concerning how to have a good dynamic range in my videos i.

I want the audience to be able to hear all of the dialogue, but I also want the music to be loud enough to create emotion and suspense. I also have no idea how to use compressors or other audio-editing tools. Does anyone know of any good resources for learning how to edit audio like a pro?

I’d definitely be interested in checking them out! Once again, thank you so much for all of the help!! Your audio peaks should never exceed Anything above 0dBFS is distortion. Your average RMS audio should be around dB as a starting place. I know this is a late post but it doesn’t look like the issue was solved.

The saddest thing about SVP is that it is designed to be open ended – to please as many people as possible. Issue: What works for me may not work for you! Not once was the sound card type mentioned in this post. Like the all important best recommended video card for Vegas 12 NVidia GTX there is also probably a recommended or dest fit sound card.

If you think the standard Realtek audio is good enough you are mistaken.

 
 

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Feb 22,  · The video is old — 12 years — and not very good to begin with; rendering to mp4 and then re-rendering to avi leaves it in worse shape than the original. I guess if all else fails I’ll have to go the mp4 route, but that leaves unanswered the question of why the avi file won’t open with video in Vegas. Sony Vegas Pro free download – Free Sony Vegas Pro Shortcuts, Shortcuts for Sony Vegas Pro, Free Sony Vegas Pro Tutorials, and many more programs. Size MB. Works under: Windows / Windows 8 / Windows 7. Program available in English. Program by Sony Network Entertainment International. Review. Screenshots. Comments. Sony Vegas Video turns your computer into a high-quality video editing tool that any professional would love. No matter how careful you are with your digital video.

 

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If not, how on earth do you adjust the audio in your project to get it to be exactly what you want? Without rendering it 1, times to test it out to see if it just happens to be what you want? Any help would be much appreciated!!

Thanks so much!! Sorry for what is probably a very noob question haha ;. Back to post. Vegas outputs precisely the same levels to the encoder as to the master bus. Your problem lies with player or sound card controls.

Hey there musicvid10! Thanks for the response! So it sound like you’re saying that after I render a video, it should sound exactly like it does when I’m playing it in the Vegas timeline, is that correct?

My apologies, what do you mean by the problem could be with the player? Thanks again, I really appreciate your help! Check your player volume and sound card internal levels. What are your render settings in Vegas? Yes, what are your render settings? Otherwise the audio render should be exactly.. Try a PCM audio render Thank you both for the responses! My apologies, I should have mentioned – I have two main render settings, but I have experienced this problem with both settings.

Could that be the problem? And WOW, what a difference! A perfect match. Just to double-check everything, I re-rendered the same thing using the AVC Codecs I mentioned above, and sure enough, the music was about half as loud in the AVC-render compared to both the. It’s so strange – it’s like the AVC renders recognizes that the music tracks are very loud, and it automatically lowers them drastically, while the.

Since this is the case, would that infer the the problem doesn’t lie within my player and soundcard settings, but maybe within the Sony AVC templates I’m using? Other question – would it be possible to render the video with the Sony AVC Codec I mentioned above while rendering the audio with the. Since the. I’m trying to figure out how to do that now, but I’m not having any luck as mentioned, I’m an audio noob!

Thank you both once again so much for your help, I really appreciate it! It’s more a matter of convention than practicality. Can you make some new renders to confirm this is what is happening? The normalization can be changed in the custom settings parameters Thanks so much again for both of your replies! Unfortunately I am out of town at the moment away from my video-editing computer, but when I return next week I will definitely do some more tests by making new renders to confirm whether or not my AAC volume is lower than my WAV volume and report back also, to specify, the problem primarily seems to be with the music, not the audio from my video – not sure why this is the case.

It seems like when I render with AAC it balances the volume out – i. But in any case, I’ll definitely respond early next week! Thank you both so much again, I sincerely appreciate your help! Sorry for the delayed response, just got back home from out of town. I can now confirm that the AAC audio is in fact lower in volume particularly with the music tracks than the WAV renders. Still not sure why. Rraud, you said, “The normalization can be changed in the custom settings parameters.

I am not familiar with the term ‘normalization,’ but does that adjust the audio to be a certain volume? Track objects with changing perspective. Apply tracking data to text and other objects. Import tracking data directly from Boris FX Mocha. Track and obscure faces, licence plates and unwanted objects. Record, edit and mix camera audio with foley and natural sound.

Automate audio mixes with full control over volume, panning, bussing, audio effects and more. Create original sound effects and mix with stock sounds. Smooth previews and fast rendering with GPU acceleration. Smooth slow motion. Compositing modes. Subtitle support. Video stabilization. Mesh warp. You have the Project Properties set to 5. There are a huge amount of different video and audio codecs and formats in use Worldwide.

Many of these codecs are invented by a particular company and are designed only for use in the devices they make. Often these more unusual codecs have licensing agreements attached to them, which basically means they charge other companies for the right to use these special codecs in their Software or devices.

Because of this reason you will find that Software companies limit the amount of 3rd Party codecs they support, otherwise the cost of their software would become too expensive. So if all your settings in Vegas are correct and you are getting no audio, then you can bet that the video you are using was made with a non-standard codec. The best way to fix this is to either record your source video using a different video codec or convert it into one that Vegas likes. A lot of Gamer’s on YouTube record their game-play with a screen capture device or screen capture program and then edit their videos with Vegas.

These types of devices and programs, often have many different recording mode options and settings. On top of that, it is also typical to find many different audio recording options, depending on how many channels of audio you are recording.

There are too many different brands and models of screen capture devices and software programs, to list them all here. If you are a gamer and are having problems with audio working properly in Vegas, I recommend you Google the device or program you are using and add ” Vegas Pro ” to your search string. You should find other forums, websites or videos, where experienced gamer’s have shared the secret sauce correct settings for recording video that works in Vegas.

Quite often you will discover the format that works yourself, if you spend a little time experimenting first. There are a lot of YouTube videos out there, where people show ways to hack the Vegas code and they claim that doing this will “fix” your audio problems.

While this may work temporarily for one type of problem, it can often cause other bigger problems down the track. If you start modifying the Vegas code, do so at your own risk! There are a couple of different Audio Device Type settings that you can choose. Depending on what type of computer you have, you may have more or less options than what you see below. Also check that the Speaker selection is correct. Sometimes I have seen a Microphone be incorrectly defaulted to read as a Speaker Device – if this happens you definitely won’t be getting any sound.

Most projects are normally set to standard Stereo – Left and Right speakers only. The standard Stereo configuration will not give you any problems because it is a basic default.

However when working with 5. If you have set your Project Properties to 5. So open the Project Properties right now and go to the audio tab. If you are only working with Stereo, make sure it is not set to 5. Previous Next Sort by votes. Feb 2, 1 1 10 0. So i have a problem with rendering i think. So i use Sony Vegas and and wanted to render an mp4. Its mostly just edited music with a gif in the background. After i rendered the mp4 and listened to it, somehow the length of the video matches but the audio is different.

Like the audio ends somewhere in the middle of the original music i edited and played in Sony Vegas. I rendered it again and had the same problem. Platform: Windows Reactions: Shinesfox.

Feb 5, 4 0 10 0. Aug 7, 1 0 10 0. I have lots of issues with Vegas Pro audio in many versions since 12 and through I solve that issue by always converting my audio to. Corrects the jumbled audio issues that. Is Vegas Pro 14 still supported? How can I get my. No audio in clips!? Question Need help can’t open sony vegas 13 Solved!

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