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whats your sony vegas rendering settings?
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found some threads about video editing but they were all 6 years ago.
Let me know your current/recent sony vegas rendering settings :D Cheers!

found some threads about video editing but they were all 6 years ago.
Let me know your current/recent sony vegas rendering settings :D Cheers!
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#2
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aha yes you came to the right place my friend

render as video for windows (.avi) using these settings

https://i.gyazo.com/37b4a2780775a1f5a0aa00a73cb0f18c.png

https://i.gyazo.com/5f2661e3bbd20d2f815d787e94a26ecc.png

https://i.gyazo.com/62ab4f193a35277529fab662eb736104.png

then use handbrake to compress before uploading
i only change the quality slider to 7

https://i.gyazo.com/53e95a2b6844bbe83135f462a6d02c4e.png

click encode and ya should be good. if your having problems uploading try increasing the compression :^D

edit: also disable resample for the love of god

aha yes you came to the right place my friend

render as video for windows (.avi) using these settings
[img]https://i.gyazo.com/37b4a2780775a1f5a0aa00a73cb0f18c.png[/img]
[img]https://i.gyazo.com/5f2661e3bbd20d2f815d787e94a26ecc.png[/img]
[img]https://i.gyazo.com/62ab4f193a35277529fab662eb736104.png[/img]

then use [url=https://handbrake.fr/]handbrake[/url] to compress before uploading
i only change the quality slider to 7
[img]https://i.gyazo.com/53e95a2b6844bbe83135f462a6d02c4e.png[/img]

click encode and ya should be good. if your having problems uploading try increasing the compression :^D

edit: also disable resample for the love of god
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#3
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reeceaha yes you came to the right place my friend

render as video for windows (.avi) using these settings
https://i.gyazo.com/37b4a2780775a1f5a0aa00a73cb0f18c.png
https://i.gyazo.com/5f2661e3bbd20d2f815d787e94a26ecc.png
https://i.gyazo.com/62ab4f193a35277529fab662eb736104.png

then use handbrake to compress before uploading
i only change the quality slider to 7
https://i.gyazo.com/53e95a2b6844bbe83135f462a6d02c4e.png

click encode and ya should be good. if your having problems uploading try increasing the compression :^D

hello omg thank you for such instant respond! However I could not find the template that you have.
I clicked on NTSC DV under avi then customize template, and this is what I got

https://i.gyazo.com/47750a7db27e622a07b6f03bea6becdc.png

There was no 60fps option and Lagarith lossless codec :/ I am using Vegas Pro 13.0

EDIT: nevermind i was dumb i found the Lagarith Lossless Video Codec online and installed it haha, now I am following your guide :D thank you so much again!

[quote=reece]aha yes you came to the right place my friend

render as video for windows (.avi) using these settings
[img]https://i.gyazo.com/37b4a2780775a1f5a0aa00a73cb0f18c.png[/img]
[img]https://i.gyazo.com/5f2661e3bbd20d2f815d787e94a26ecc.png[/img]
[img]https://i.gyazo.com/62ab4f193a35277529fab662eb736104.png[/img]

then use [url=https://handbrake.fr/]handbrake[/url] to compress before uploading
i only change the quality slider to 7
[img]https://i.gyazo.com/53e95a2b6844bbe83135f462a6d02c4e.png[/img]

click encode and ya should be good. if your having problems uploading try increasing the compression :^D[/quote]

hello omg thank you for such instant respond! However I could not find the template that you have.
I clicked on NTSC DV under avi then customize template, and this is what I got

https://i.gyazo.com/47750a7db27e622a07b6f03bea6becdc.png

There was no 60fps option and Lagarith lossless codec :/ I am using Vegas Pro 13.0

EDIT: nevermind i was dumb i found the Lagarith Lossless Video Codec online and installed it haha, now I am following your guide :D thank you so much again!
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I've always just rendered to mp4 from vegas, what's the difference between letting vegas do it and exporting to avi then doing compression with handbrake?

I've always just rendered to mp4 from vegas, what's the difference between letting vegas do it and exporting to avi then doing compression with handbrake?
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#5
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BrimstoneI've always just rendered to mp4 from vegas, what's the difference between letting vegas do it and exporting to avi then doing compression with handbrake?

Rendering to avi with Lagarith Lossless Codec gives you an uncompressed avi file, so there's absolutely no encoding or anything done to it to reduce filesize or streamline playback.* It's not completely necessary to do, but it makes sure that you have a "clean" video file you can then encode to your liking.

There's some advantages to it though. Say you render it to an mp4 file instead of an uncompressed filetype, then you realize after it's done that you're left with a file that's way too big to upload to youtube or wherever. You'd have to completely re-render the whole thing with lower settings to see if it's more manageable, as opposed to just running the pre-rendered avi through handbrake or whatever again with lower quality settings.

*(Actually it's wrong to say there's no compression/encoding done. The whole point is that all the original data is maintained/able to be reproduced when decoded, so the filesize is still pretty large, but probably not as large as if it was completely uncompressed)

[quote=Brimstone]I've always just rendered to mp4 from vegas, what's the difference between letting vegas do it and exporting to avi then doing compression with handbrake?[/quote]

Rendering to avi with Lagarith Lossless Codec gives you an uncompressed avi file, so there's absolutely no encoding or anything done to it to reduce filesize or streamline playback.* It's not completely necessary to do, but it makes sure that you have a "clean" video file you can then encode to your liking.

There's some advantages to it though. Say you render it to an mp4 file instead of an uncompressed filetype, then you realize after it's done that you're left with a file that's way too big to upload to youtube or wherever. You'd have to completely re-render the whole thing with lower settings to see if it's more manageable, as opposed to just running the pre-rendered avi through handbrake or whatever again with lower quality settings.

*(Actually it's wrong to say there's no compression/encoding done. The whole point is that all the original data is maintained/able to be reproduced when decoded, so the filesize is still pretty large, but probably not as large as if it was completely uncompressed)
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