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Old 2009-08-10, 12:29 PM
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Re: want to get a dvd onto HD & then into sony vegas...

ANY video work done after it is mpeg2 will re-encode the footage. Leave them in and seed it as is.
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Re: want to get a dvd onto HD & then into sony vegas...

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I want to edit a dvd made on a SA so AC3 here, does this mean it will definitely re-encode and be lossy? It was transferred from VHS and has snippets of the commercials etc. that I wish to cut out.

I have both Vegas Pro 9 and TMPGenc 3 and am trying to figure out how to use them, if there are any good tutorials someone could link it might help me.
I recommend trying out VideoReDo. It will allow you to cut out ads, without re-encoding the video.

http://www.videoredo.com (You can download a fully functional 30-day trial version)
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