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  1. Hi, just got my Roxio Game Capture HD Pro few days ago , but have an issue/doubt about the render settings for the video wave software . I use Sony Vegas for editing my clips and I'm aware that you won't get sound for the captured video in Sony Vegas with .m2ts format that Roxio uses. So I thought of rendering my video first using video wave. I tried out few settings, but there's a quality loss between the M2TS and the rendered clip. So I would like to know what are the best settings to render in video wave with less quality loss as possible and the rendered video should be able to work in Sony Vegas. I capture in 1280x720 with 59fps and 1920x1080 with 29fps. I would like to know what render settings you guys are using for their videos for these two resolutions. Also I capture in 8mb bitrate for both resolutions. Will capturing in 15mb help my cause ? Or can you suggest any other software that would help me ? Cheers Ash
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