.exeNotable Fixes/Changes in Version 6.0d
Support for VR-mode DVD Handycam® camcorder discs has been improved. When importing video from Sony DVD Handycam discs in VR or Video mode, each chapter is now imported as a separate file.
The MainConcept AVC/AAC codec has been added to Vegas. You can use this plug-in to import H.264 video in your projects and to render H.264 video (including support for HD frame sizes, two-pass encoding, main and baseline profiles, export to all common frame rates— including NTSC, PAL, and 24p— and Apple iPod® video format).
Please continue to use the Sony AVC/AAC encoder to create video for the PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable).
Video quality has been improved for the Sony AVC/AAC encoder and rendering templates have been refined.
A problem has been fixed that could cause problems when reading AVI files with MP3-encoded audio.
A bug has been fixed that could cause Vegas to hang in some low-memory situations.
A bug has been fixed that could cause Vegas to crash after copying and pasting Bezier mask keyframes between events.
A bug has been fixed that could cause Vegas to crash when pressing Alt+Shift+4 to toggle external monitor preview when the Video Preview window is not visible.
A problem has been fixed that could cause nested projects to display the incorrect length.
Audio/video synchronization has been improved when reading certain QuickTime files.
High-definition Windows Media Video rendering templates now use the Windows Media Audio 9 codec for improved device compatibility.
A problem has been fixed that could cause a hang when burning a disc-at-once CD with the Plextor 716 SATA drive.
A display issue with Waves GTR plug-ins has been fixed.
A problem has been fixed that could occur when editing audio event properties on systems that use decimal separators other than a period.
A problem has been fixed that could occur when typing nondelimited timecode in the Vegas external video capture application in PAL format.
Various improvements have been made to the Media Manager.
A problem that could cause XFX audio effects to run in demo mode has been fixed.
Fixed a problem that could occur when running the Batch Render script without Quick Time installed.
Resolved an issue with recapture of media from an AAF import.
A bug has been fixed that occurred when setting the Timecode InPoint value of a media source during AAF export.
A bug has been fixed that could cause Vegas to crash when adding some MPEG-2 files to the timeline and converting YUV 4:2:0 color to RGB.
Last-used render templates are now preserved for each rendering format.
Issues with certain VST plug-ins that related to presets and settings have been fixed.
A problem with the ripple function sometimes creating very small event overlaps has been fixed.
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