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Old February 22nd, 2007, 11:50 AM   #1
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Vegas workflow for the Sony V1E/25p

There is no 1080-25p template in Vegas 7.0d, but since the V1E 25p output is really written in fields, I'm using the 1080-50i one. However, when I want to export as 1080/25p MPEG-2, I have a bigger problem. It's not enough to replace the frame rate in the closest thing - the Blue Print 1080-24p template - with 25.000; when I do, there always is an error message after rendering some 200 frames and rendering stops.

The same process works fine with Premiere Pro, so it can be done. However, I'd appreciate if somebody gave me a hint on what should be done in the advanced settings of a custom template for Vegas. TIA!

PS. Douglas, my apologies for a double post (I put it in "What Happens in Vegas" as well) - but before you delete this one, could you PLEASE help me with this question? I can create a working HDV 1080-25p template from the HDV 1080-50i one, but this produces files of the m2t type - how about 1080-25p MPEG-2? Thanks a lot!
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Old February 28th, 2007, 05:47 AM   #2
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I'm bumping this one up, hoping somebody will answer...
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Old February 28th, 2007, 05:54 AM   #3
 
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Haven't tried it, and not in a location where I have access to my BD burner and 25p/50i footage.
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