Mpeg2 render question by Jason Burkhimer 14 years ago I have a wedding video I need to output to DVD. It is an hour and a half long and Vegas doesnt make it all the way thru during renders(avi or mpeg 2) When I do AVI's, I usually selectively pre-render
Re: Mpeg2 render question by Jeremy Rochefort 14 years ago Your best solution would be to render all your avi's to one mpeg file (provided your drive isn't a fat32 as Steve has suggested) Putting the two mpeg files back onto the timeline and re-rendering woul
Sony HVR-A1U pricing, etc... by Jason Burkhimer 14 years ago This is kind of off-topic, but I really value the input of the mods on this particular board. I am getting ready to buy a new camera, and after reading DSE's review of the HVR-A1U, it seems like logic
Re: Sony HVR-A1U pricing, etc... by Jason Burkhimer 14 years ago Yea, I just found that too. Thanks Doug. I still would like to hear some impressions if anybody has had some hands on time with the cam. Also, as I asked in my first post, does anybody know if it supp
64 bit compatibility by Pieper1 14 years ago we are thinking about investing in a 64 bit computer for our editing and dvd authoring a simple yes or no will be all i need here...and sorry if some of the programs listed are a little of place but..
Re: 64 bit compatibility by Jason Burkhimer 14 years ago People think that because moving from 16 bits to 32 bits gave us a significant performance increase, that there will be something similar moving from 32 to 64 bits. There won't. For anything but the m
need help with a blurring problem by Jason Burkhimer 14 years ago Im editing a wedding video and any clips that have any real movement(panning across the congregation, walking down the aisle, etc..) the motion seems really jerky. It doesnt seem to have any motion bl