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    Hi guys,

    I have an assignment for school. I need to create a video for school with Sony Vegas. The problem is that when I import the video in Sony Vegas. It only imports 5 minutes of the video (duration of the video is 55 min). This only happened when I imported that certain video (format: TS). Since mp4 and etc import without any problems, I wanted to convert the ts file to one of the above formats. I have AVS video converter AND Wondershare video converter. When I convert the ts file to avi or mp4, the audio gets out of sync. When I use Wondershare to convert, it doesnt convert completely. (gets stuck at around 19% and then gives me a failed message). I reallt dont know what to do. Please help
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  2. Use Mediainfo to find out what video and audio codecs your .ts file contains. Post the results of the tree view back here.
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    TS? Please give all the video information. Use mediainfo, open video and view->text.

    You might be able to remux(no video reconversion) the ts to something that vegas might read better. Or the ts might be corrupt because nothing converts it correctly.
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    I have tried different files that are in TS format and they all have the same problem. So the files are not corrupt. I redownloaded them and it"s still the same. Ill use mediainfo and post the results shortly
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    Here is the mediainfo file
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    It's standard mpeg2. Try remux it to a mpg file with the old HDTVtoMPEG2 or avidemux(Open ts, under container choose mpeg-ps, save as mpg). Open/import the mpg in vegas.

    If they fail to remux it to mpg you can try use something to repair it...maybe projectx, add the ts, make a new ts/mpg file.
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    HDTVtoMPEG2 tells me that it could not find a channel. Avidemux is now encoding but it takes an eternity...
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    Problem solved! Used a new converter {third one lol) and it did the trick. Xillisoft Video Converter ftw
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    Good.

    But you shouldn't really need to convert and lose quality. Did you choose copy mode in avidemux?

    And if you must convert to mp4 then use a FREE converters like VidCoder, HandBrake, Xmedia Recode instead of xilisoft spammer crapware. .
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    Thanks for the tip man, much better.
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