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Conversion of veg file format to avi file format beta

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What is the best converter used for converting veg format to avi file format.

You cannot exactly convert .veg files (Sony Vegas) to AVI, or any other video format for that matter. You need to render the video in Vegas and not save it as project.

So your only option to get your .avi video, is to use the original Sony Vegas, open the .veg file and render the video. This may also require the original video source however, without it a .veg file is just a bunch of instructions that is useless for you.

Updated: September 14, 2022

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

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Additional links: Open veg file, Open avi file


Files with veg extension is related to the MAGIX Vegas Pro (Sonic Foundry Vegas or Sony Vegas) and used for its video project files.

A veg file extension is associated with the Vue vegetation data format.


Files with avi file extension are videos or movies that can be played in every media player (sometimes proper codec is needed). These files are also supported by most video editors and converters. Often used for DVD rips on torrents.


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