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Re: OT: recovering files from an old Sony domestic dvd camera
by Tom Matthies on Feb 6, 2012 at 2:22:24 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
Were the disks ever finalized? If not, they won't play. You might try to find another Sony DVD camcorder and see if it could possibly be used to finalize the DVD's. Even if you can't remember the exact model, another DVD camera MIGHT be able to final
DVD to workable file types in FCP without quality loss
by Drew Bruck on Jan 20, 2012 at 7:05:41 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
Hey everyone, So I'm going back to the basics with this one. I'm a self-taught FCP user and I've gotten by for a while with, well, mostly luck and fail-safes. However, I've been running into more problems as technology gets better and video c
Re: Empty events in project media
by doyal gudgel on Jan 8, 2012 at 6:01:14 pm
in the Sony Vegas basics Forum
OK Thanks for the info. I use import DVD camcorder disk, I've never had any problems until this disk with the many small files.As far as VOB is concerned although I haven't done it for a while VOB is an MPG file so all you have to do is change the
Re: Empty events in project media
by John Rofrano on Jan 8, 2012 at 1:50:21 am
in the Sony Vegas basics Forum
How are you importing them into Vegas? Are you using File | Import | DVD Camcorder Disc? That is the proper way to import but I've also read about problems with some DVD's using this method. There is a tool called Womble that will convert DVD .VOB
Re: Download one chapter at a time
by Mike Kujbida on Jan 4, 2012 at 12:22:02 pm
in the Sony Vegas basics Forum
File - Import - DVD Camcorder Disc Follow the prompts.
Download one chapter at a time
by doyal gudgel on Jan 4, 2012 at 4:05:32 am
in the Sony Vegas basics Forum
Anyone know why Vegas will only download one chapter at a time? In another instance it would download one then another if requested. tonight only one would download. I am trying to import a dvd camcorder disc. I want to break it up into chapters
Re: VOB File Problem
by John Rofrano on Dec 14, 2011 at 12:26:40 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
You can try File | Import | DVD Camcorder Disc.... If that doesn't work, try a tool called Womble. It will convert the VOB to an MPEG2 file without re-encoding so there will be no loss in quality.
Re: can you not import an AC3 file into vegas that you made in vegas
by John Rofrano on Dec 10, 2011 at 8:09:46 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Try using File | Import | DVD Camcorder Disc... and see if that brings the audio in correctly.
Re: How to import a DVD
by Mike Kujbida on Dec 6, 2011 at 4:39:29 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Andrew, if you've ever imported a DVD using the File-Import-DVD Camcorder Disc option, you'll see and hear what I mean. When a DVD is authored, it creates (depending on the length) a series of VOB files. If it's a short project, there will be only
Re: The lastest info on red frames?
by Jennifer Ortiz on Dec 4, 2011 at 7:39:46 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Thanks for the info. I'm having some new problems now. For my current project I imported video from DVD through Vegas using "Import DVD Camcorder Disc..." and it created mpg files. So far I haven't stitched them together or modified them in any wa
Re: Edit and copy home movie DVD
by Danny Hays on Nov 25, 2011 at 5:34:10 pm
in the Sony Vegas basics Forum
Put the home made DVD in your DVDrom and select File, "Import DVD camcorder disc. I have also just copied the .vob files from the DVD to my hard drive, change the extention from .vob to .mpg and edited those.
Re: None of the files dropped on Vegas Pro could be opened
by Mike Kujbida on Oct 26, 2011 at 4:24:23 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Use the "File - Import - DVD Camcorder Disc" option. It was originally designed for miniDVDs but works equally well for a (non copy protected) full-size DVD. Follow the prompts when you do this but it's very straight forward. " don't know what m
Re: Vegas Pro 10e - Crash when Project longer than approx. 11 Min
by John Rofrano on Sep 9, 2011 at 4:41:54 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
[Raephael Forrer] "I am using VOBs (I had to take them directly from the mini-disc of the camera because I've lost the DV-Cable). I simply enamed them to mpegs. (Codec is also mpeg)"The proper way to do this is to use File | Import | DVD Camcorder Di
Re: Can you break a video strip into 3 separate 'renders' in one go?
by Mike Kujbida on Sep 3, 2011 at 2:52:19 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
All newer versions of Vegas have a DVD import feature. It's found under File - Import - DVD Camcorder Disc. It was originally meant for miniDVDs but works equally well with regular (non copy-protected) discs. Follow the prompts that come up and be
Re: Blurry movement after conversion
by Tim Srader on Aug 16, 2011 at 9:06:25 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
[John Rofrano] "You should import the DVD using the Vegas menu item: File | Import | DVD Camcorder Disc..." When I attempt to import the DVD (to a destination folder on desktop) using the File | Import | DVD Camcorder Disc option all that happens
Re: Blurry movement after conversion
by John Rofrano on Aug 16, 2011 at 8:36:36 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
[Tim Srader] "Getting frustrated! I'm not sure what or why it's happening."You should import the DVD using the Vegas menu item: File | Import | DVD Camcorder Disc...
Re: At wit's end!! Suggestions please?
by Tim Srader on Aug 15, 2011 at 4:42:12 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
John, I tried File | Import | DVD camcorder disc to import files from disc to desktop folder and it didn't work! It started running for a few seconds then quit leaving an empty destination folder. Did I do something incorrectly? Using windows
Re: At wit's end!! Suggestions please?
by John Rofrano on Aug 12, 2011 at 11:16:58 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
[Tim Srader] "Any suggestions/ideas on how else to trouble shoot or where to focus my attention?"You should import DVD's using File | Import | DVD Camcorder Disc and let Vegas handle the rest.
Re: No audio after conv from .vob -> .avi with Avidemux
by Matt Crowley on Jul 25, 2011 at 7:39:41 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
The simplest way to get your DVD footage into Vegas is Vegas's own disc import feature. Just click "Import DVD camcorder disc..." on the Project menu and point it to your disc (or folder containing a DVD structure on your hoard drive). Select a de
Re: Sony Vegas Pro 10: DVD Camcorder import without video
by Gabriele Ma on Jun 13, 2011 at 9:31:57 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Yesterday I have install W7 Ultimate 32bit on the same hardware but I have the same result, black movies after DVD camcorder import :(
Re: Sony Vegas Pro 10: DVD Camcorder import without video
by Gabriele Ma on Jun 11, 2011 at 7:39:10 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Thanks for your fast reply, I don't know why on my pc Vegas 9 works fine and Vegas 10 can import mini dvd but only with black movies and correct audio... The reason I think it is the old hardware, on this pc I have Athlon 1200Mhz+1,5Gb ram+Ati Rad
Re: Sony Vegas Pro 10: DVD Camcorder import without video
by Mike Kujbida on Jun 11, 2011 at 4:32:10 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
File - Import - DVD Camcorder Disc works fine for me. Vegas Pro 10.0d, XP Pro, SP3
Sony Vegas Pro 10: DVD Camcorder import without video
by Gabriele Ma on Jun 11, 2011 at 12:49:14 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
I have try on my pc Sony Vegas Pro 9 and it work well, I have download Sony Vegas Pro 10 but now on this version when I import from dvd camcorder I can't see the video and i have only audio ! I don't understand why Vegas 9 work fine and Vegas 10 n
Re: Importing DVD-Video into Sony Vegas
by Mike Kujbida on May 22, 2011 at 1:58:48 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Are you using File - Import - DVD Camcorder disc to import these files?
Re: CBR vs VBR question
by Mark Prebonich on May 20, 2011 at 3:01:36 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
"Why? You should import the DVD right from Vegas using File | Import | DVD Camcorder Disc..." The import DVD Camcorder Disk breaks the video up into multiple VOB files. Each of these files has an approximate 3 frame segment at the end of each of
Re: CBR vs VBR question
by John Rofrano on May 20, 2011 at 2:49:49 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
[Mark Prebonich] "I used DVD shrink to pull my daughter's dance video onto the computer."Why? You should import the DVD right from Vegas using File | Import | DVD Camcorder Disc... [Mark Prebonich] "Which of the above settings offer the highest qual
Re: Import DVD Camcorder Disc Question
by Mike Kujbida on May 19, 2011 at 11:16:51 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
[Mark Prebonich] "Are there any worries in editing and rendering this file type in Vegas Pro 10?" MPEG-2 is not a preferred editing format but I've never had any problems.
Re: Import DVD Camcorder Disc Question
by Nigel O'Neill on May 19, 2011 at 10:35:21 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
And after changing them to mpeg, try joining them using the binary copy method and see if that works.
Re: Import DVD Camcorder Disc Question
by Danny Hays on May 19, 2011 at 6:42:06 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Most DVDs have VOB files, "Video objects" and if Sonys Import DVD Camcorder Disc doesn't give you these in mpeg format, I usually just copy the vob files to my hard drive and change the extention to .mpg and edit them in Vegas.
Re: Import DVD Camcorder Disc Question
by Nigel O'Neill on May 19, 2011 at 4:03:02 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
I had this problem with AVCHD files from a HDD camera and sometime ago someone suggested using DOS's binary copy to join files e.g. copy /B file1.mpg+file2.mpg newfile.mpg It's been a while I used DOS, you might have to check the syntax! It
Re: Import DVD Camcorder Disc Question
by Mark Prebonich on May 19, 2011 at 3:45:10 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Thanks for the tip. I have previously worked with some VOB files several years ago when I had converted some VHS tapes with a Pinnacle device. I do remember that I had some occasional difficulties in editing the VOB files. It had been explained to
Re: Import DVD Camcorder Disc Question
by Mike Kujbida on May 19, 2011 at 1:06:58 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Yes, this is a well known problem when importing DVD files this way :( The fix (using DVD Shrink) is found in my response in the Import VOB Files to Timeline thread.
Import DVD Camcorder Disc Question
by Mark Prebonich on May 19, 2011 at 1:05:33 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
I imported a DVD from my daughter's 2010 dance recital. The import made 33 separate files. They are all named VST_01(x) where x=1-33. They are all movie clips around 90-110 MB. The various files did not correspond to the various dances but seemed
Re: download mpeg/2
by Mike Kujbida on May 18, 2011 at 4:41:14 pm
in the Sony Vegas basics Forum
File - Import - DVD Camcorder Disc. This option was originally meant for miniDVDs but works equally well with regular non-copyrighted DVDs. http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/buy/upgrades for upgrade pricing.
Re: "Import DVD Camcorder Disc" Problem
by Dave Petteruto on May 6, 2011 at 7:44:06 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Thanks for your suggestion Mike, but the saga continues. I tried both DVD Shrink and DVD Encrypter. Both softwares go throught the creation of the VOB files, but they only ad up to 22 seconds of video (they should be 52 minutes). I noticed that wh
Re: "Import DVD Camcorder Disc" Problem
by Mike Kujbida on May 6, 2011 at 1:59:59 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Dave, try using DVD Shrink (it's free) to accomplish this. I discussed the procedure for doing this in the Import VOB Files to Timeline thread.
Re: "Import DVD Camcorder Disc" Problem
by Dave Petteruto on May 5, 2011 at 9:45:39 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
I did a bit more research on this. The DVDs contain a "VIDEO_TS" folder (as mentioned in the thread above). When I play one of the DVDs on a set top DVD player or on my computer using my DVD viewing software, the video shows up as a 51 minute
Re: Combining Video and Audio Files
by Matt Crowley on May 5, 2011 at 6:32:14 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
This might be a bit late to be helpful this time... You can use the authored DVD as the source for a new project which you can then render to whatever format you want. Just import the DVD video into Vegas (Project>Import DVD Camcorder Disc) to
Re: "Import DVD Camcorder Disc" Problem
by Danny Hays on May 5, 2011 at 3:43:57 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Yes, that's correct, and that's where the .vob files will be.
Re: "Import DVD Camcorder Disc" Problem
by Stephen Mann on May 5, 2011 at 3:36:52 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
There has to be a VIDEO_TS folder or no player will handle the DVD.
Re: "Import DVD Camcorder Disc" Problem
by Danny Hays on May 4, 2011 at 9:38:05 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
You can also use Windows Explorer to find the VOB files on the DVD. Copy them from the DVD to your computer and then change the extention from .vob to .mpg. Then add them to the timeline. Hope this helps, Danny Hays
"Import DVD Camcorder Disc" Problem
by Dave Petteruto on May 4, 2011 at 7:55:55 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Hello All, I was supplied with several DVDs of some high school football games. My problem is that they would not import/convert into Vegas using the "Import DVD Camcorder Disc" function (tried Vegas 7 & 9). I was able to target the DVDs in Vegas un
Re: DVD to Vegas
by Mike Kujbida on May 4, 2011 at 4:41:39 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
File - Import - DVD Camcorder Disc. Once it's on your computer, render it out in the formats that Vimeo and YouTube like best.
Re: choppy preview/skips photos & audio
by John Rofrano on Apr 12, 2011 at 3:09:21 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
As Steve and Mike pointed out, your photos don't need to be any larger than 655x480 if you are not zooming in, or 1309x960 if you are. Use File | Import | DVD Camcorder Disc... for any DVD content you want to import, and you should be fine. It's i
Re: Importing media
by John Rofrano on Apr 3, 2011 at 1:42:53 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
To import a DVD into Vegas Pro, you should be using the menu item File | Import | DVD Camcorder Disc....
Re: problem with AC3 in vegas
by John Rofrano on Apr 1, 2011 at 7:36:56 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
[John Force] "That is of course, if this applies to 5.1 imported from a DVD rather than a camcorder (that is mentioned in the paragraph). What do you think?"Yea, I was going to recommend that you change your project audio to 5.1 Surround Sound in the
Re: Audio Clicks on Edits
by Mike Kujbida on Mar 27, 2011 at 10:49:46 pm
in the Sony Vegas basics Forum
"Is it possibly a sound card issue?" Alan, it's worthwhile making sure you have the latest drivers for your sound card. Where did the files originally come from? If you used File - Import -DVD Camcorder Disc option in Vegas, it has a nasty hab
Re: Putting DVD Content on Timeline
by Mike Kujbida on Mar 25, 2011 at 1:24:17 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
File - Import - DVD Camcorder Disc. This option was originally meant for miniDVDs but works equally well with full-size non-copyrighted DVDs. Be patient while Vegas reads the DVD and does the conversion from VOB to MPG. Make sure to specify a diff
Re: Audio Cuts Out in Rendered Video (Sony Vegas)
by Matt Crowley on Feb 22, 2011 at 5:40:00 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
You should be able to import the DVD footage directly in Vegas. On the Project menu, click Import DVD Camcorder Disc. You just choose the disc to import from, and where to put the extracted files. You'll then have one or more MPG files that you can e
Re: Import DVDs
by John Rofrano on Feb 8, 2011 at 1:35:58 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
[Angelo DiBraccio] "I tried importing VOB files into Sony Vegas from a standard DVD disc by creating a new project file in Vegas Pro 10(default NTSC settings) and then using File -> Import -> Media -> Open (.VOB)."The correct menu selection is: File
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