|Jeff David 2 years ago|
I just wanted to drop you a line to let you know I finished my video! As discussed - I listed you in the credits as, "Special thanks, John Rofrano - Technical Adviser." As promised - I want to send you a complimentary copy as a small token of my appreciation for all your awesome help! I was looking for an inbox here on Creative Cow but this is all I could find. Is there an inbox here somewhere? I'll send you my email and you can let me know where to send the disc to. I'm setting up a website to sell my video through and also going to have it on Amazon and Ebay. I'm just setting that up. Thanks for all of your help!!
Thanks so much!
|harry singh 2 years ago|
hi john Rofrano,
i have one question can you please solve this isue
did you find the way how to render mpeg .ps in vegas pro not mpeg .ts.
because i am find difficulty to delievr mpeg.ts file very few devices support this format and mpeg .ps supported many devices.
my clients suggest me to render in this format exceed then 50mbps bit rate.
the bit rate i can adjust upto 80 mbps but it make mpeg .ts file
Any Help .....
|Tim Azevedo 4 years ago|
Hi John. I would highly appreciate it if you could help me on my issue.
I am using Sony Vegas Pro 13. Here is a video I recorded so you can see my issue: https://vimeo.com/156729496/07e67f4686
I shot a wedding film. The original footage was shot in Progressive Scan and the timeline matches it (29.970 fps progressive, 1920x1080x12, AVC).
When I rendered my video for BluRay using Upper Field First, there's this one slow motion shot that flickers like a strobe light. I ran some tests and rendered it using none (progressive scan) and no flicker. Now, would it be incorrect to burn a Bluray in none (progressive scan)? I have been using the Sony AVC template.
I also tried to choose "Reduce Interlace Flicker" on just that event and that fixed the issue when rendering using Upper Field First...but that would be an annoying fix because I would have to set all of the clips to this setting.
Also, a side question: What bitrate do you use when burning BluRays? The max for Sony AVC is 21,999,616. Is it necessary to stick to that? Rendering takes forever. Haha.