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December 31, 2012 6:37:13 PM

I would like to know the best 720p render settings, and I want to render with GPU. I have Sony Vegas pro 12. The video is for Youtube.

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December 31, 2012 10:45:25 PM

For HD videos,try Rendering in WMV or MP4 which deliver High Quality from my experience on Sony Vegas,Another note is to keep in mind is if you want to Render with the best quality,put you're preview window to Best
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December 31, 2012 11:50:19 PM

ElectroiDFiRe said:
For HD videos,try Rendering in WMV or MP4 which deliver High Quality from my experience on Sony Vegas,Another note is to keep in mind is if you want to Render with the best quality,put you're preview window to Best


I have dont that but, So when I'm done my rendering, The video doesnt really look 720p, there are like alots of blurry spots in the whole video.
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December 31, 2012 11:59:44 PM

IBIubblTea said:
I have dont that but, So when I'm done my rendering, The video doesnt really look 720p, there are like alots of blurry spots in the whole video.

Hhhmmmm,what videos are you doing because if there like live action videos that are recorded from you're camera,then it's probably the camera that cause the blur,also if you record gameplay's,try checking the settings on you're screen capturing program and see if that's causing the problem and if those are still not helping,try rendering at 1080p since that's usually what I render at
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January 3, 2013 7:44:28 PM

ElectroiDFiRe said:
Hhhmmmm,what videos are you doing because if there like live action videos that are recorded from you're camera,then it's probably the camera that cause the blur,also if you record gameplay's,try checking the settings on you're screen capturing program and see if that's causing the problem and if those are still not helping,try rendering at 1080p since that's usually what I render at


So I'm using Fraps and Dxtory sometimes, Playing in 720p, Both recording in 60FPS, Dxtory using Dxtory Codec in med quality. Screen is in 1080p LED. The recording looks really GOOD like BEST 720p but the rendered video looks like crap...
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January 4, 2013 9:03:56 AM

IBIubblTea said:
So I'm using Fraps and Dxtory sometimes, Playing in 720p, Both recording in 60FPS, Dxtory using Dxtory Codec in med quality. Screen is in 1080p LED. The recording looks really GOOD like BEST 720p but the rendered video looks like crap...

Well from what I remember Sony Vegas does cause a bit of a crappy-ish effect due to rendering and same time Rendering doe's shrink the file meaning that it takes the quality of video and shrinks it to a smaller size file
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