A bit of background: I decided to try my hand at ripping and editing a Bluray for fun, and eventually got a video file that was compatible with Vegas Pro (14.0). However, the audio tracks would spontaneously create “blips” (AKA strange popping noises) and it basically ruined the entire thing. Restarting the program sometimes fixed individual blips, but then new ones would pop up as I kept editing.
I tried resetting everything in Vegas to the default settings, but that didn’t work. Then I tried a couple of different audio formats, but they all did the same thing.
So, I would like to know if the problem is with my file or with Vegas and what I can do to fix it. (Also, I remember this sort of thing happening before with Vegas, but it was with smaller files and projects, so I could usually work around the glitches.)
Here are the specs for the audio that I’m currently editing (within an M4V file, which was copied from the original Bluray MKV file with ffmpeg):