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  1. So, I've basically used Action! for my youtube stuff up until recently, where vegas had a hard crash and wouldn't start back up. what's even worse is that after that, that started happening (assuming you read the title ). I use Action! to record a seperate track for my microphone, and I record my vids with the NVidia mp4 setting thingy. Can someone help? (it is urgent btw because I recorded a part 13-ish for a series, and converting my video makes me lose my microphone audio track which makes it basically impossible to hear my voice since I record with headset)

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  2. Lone soldier Cauptain's Avatar
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    Too easy.

    Download FFMPEG here (32 or 64 static version): https://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/builds/

    Make a folder (C:\temp) extract here ffmpeg and put your video to remux.

    Open CMD and type this:

    ffmpeg -i your- file.mp4 -i -vcodec copy -acodec copy "remux-your-file.mp4"
    Now, open your file on Vegas. Its will works.



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  3. Originally Posted by Cauptain View Post

    ffmpeg -i your- file.mp4 -i -vcodec copy -acodec copy "remux-your-file.mp4"
    Thank you! However, to avoid confusion to people with the same problem, you need to remove the second "-i", otherwise the program will think that "-vcodec" is a file/path.

    I am happy with the Solution, HOWEVER. I'm only given one audio channel.. (i have two for my microphone). It is not that bad, I'll probably just do a voiceover of all of them, if I can't find another solution. Thanks for the help though!
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    Originally Posted by OmegaAlphaGaming View Post
    Originally Posted by Cauptain View Post

    ffmpeg -i your- file.mp4 -i -vcodec copy -acodec copy "remux-your-file.mp4"
    Thank you! However, to avoid confusion to people with the same problem, you need to remove the second "-i", otherwise the program will think that "-vcodec" is a file/path.

    I am happy with the Solution, HOWEVER. I'm only given one audio channel.. (i have two for my microphone). It is not that bad, I'll probably just do a voiceover of all of them, if I can't find another solution. Thanks for the help though!
    Look here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slVKURIUC_0




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    if you were getting 2 audio channels with the original file then just add it to the timeline in vegas with the new one. if you end up with a duplicate just delete one copy.
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  6. Thank you! Claudio's Solution did it for me. Thanks again!
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