boon23 said:If you have the same software, you should not run into any kind of problem. But if you do things differently, it's not the fault of the guide.
Nightshiver said:It's not something as noobish as copy protection.
Nightshiver said:I used Belight as well as BeSweet. There is a file size limit to wave file's, as the same thing happened to all programs. I simply solved it by cutting the audio in half and just creating 2 files.
The other odd problem (no, not the speech from the front right) is that when I import into Vegas Pro, everything sounds fine. I set the project to 5.1 correctly, but when I render out the audio, it produces speech from EVERY single speaker, instead of being from the center only, like it should. It plays correctly outside of vegas, but that's it.
And the length of the movie is 2 hours and 37 minutes. That's why it was cutting the audio off, because the audio is to long to compress all into the space of 5 GB.
Nightshiver said:Not freaking 5 GB per channel. 5 GB TOTAL. Creating a 5.1 channel SINGLE WAVE FILE. That's what I like to do. Creating 6 mono wave files is a pain in the ass and annoying. In this case, for my 2012 edit, I did create 6 separate mono wave files.
ThrowgnCpr said:First of all, there is no need to get hostile. I don't appreciate it. Secondly, I don't see the utility in creating a single wav file. Creating 6 mono wavs is not really a pain at all, and it allows you a lot more editing freedom in Vegas (or any other advanced editing software for that matter).
does it separate them into 6 unique tracks? IIRC, it separated them differently than just adding 6 mono tracks. Its been a while since I did it though, so I could be wrong.Kevinicus said:Why do you need to make the wav files though? Vegas will separate a 5.1 audio track into separate tracks on it's own.