Introduction · Advanced user tips Sony Vegas video editing with Bandicam



AVI: Bandicam settings for Sony Vegas (Recommended for most users)

To edit the recorded video with Sony Vegas with the AVI container, choose the "Motion JPEG and PCM" codecs.

Motion JPEG (M-JPEG or MJPEG) is a video format in which each video frame is a JPEG image, therefore each frame is a keyframe, so you can edit the recorded video easily.
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MP4: Bandicam settings for Sony Vegas (Recommended for advanced users)

To edit the recorded video with Sony Vegas with the MP4 container, choose "Prefer CFR".

If you select "30" FPS with the "Prefer CFR" option, you will get a "constant 30 FPS video" when your encoder's performance is good enough, so you can edit the recorded video easily.
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* Caution) If the encoder's performance is not good enough, the video will be saved as VFR and you could have the video and audio syncing issue. In this case, you have to use the 'Motion JPEG" and "PCM" codecs.
If you have the syncing issue with the 'Motion JPEG" and "PCM" codecs, you have to reduce the video resolution of the recording target.



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