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Best Vegas rendering settings for Blu-ray-compatible video?


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I'm using Vegas Pro 15 to perform some edits to the visuals of a movie, but not making any cuts. I want to output a video file with no audio, and then mux the video and original audio file together using tsMuxeR. I need the video to be fully Blu-ray compatible so that I can mux it into Blu-ray format using tsMuxer, without any post-Vegas encoding. I want the video file to have a bitrate of approximately 20 MBps (for size reasons). 

What is the best codec to use for rendering, and what are the best settings to use for that codec? It seems that Sony AVC and MAGIX AVC (Mainconcept) are probably the best two options, but I'm not certain which would work better than the other, or the best options to choose within the menus to fine-tune them.
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