Fast Motion -> Rendering Problems by Andrea Silvestri 10 years ago Hi everyone, using Vegas 8.0 I'm having a problem: I'm rendering (I tried just Xvid 'til now) a movie with sped up clips. Playing it I see black scenes in the place of those clips I had fast-motioned.
Field order and recompression by Mike Silberstein 10 years ago I'm editing an amateur footage, the source files are MPEG2 UFF 9100 constant bitrate. The quality is quite poor so I shun recompression for it will deteriorate it even more. Now that I have the sequen
White Balance Assistance by Mark Prebonich 10 years ago I have a new camcorder "Sony CX500V". I have been filming various clips of my daughter's hockey team this year and am intending to put together an end of the year DVD for the girls. I recently learned
Sony Vegas Video Render Size Issues by Steve Jolliffe 10 years ago Hi , Ive been using Sony Vegas 9 & All Was Fine But Something Has changed. My Project Size Is Set To 860 x 480. (Thats what i want.) My Imported Pictures Are Resized To 860 x 480 Before Importing. But
Is Rendering Twice a Problem? by Mark Prebonich 10 years ago I am putting together a DVD of highlights from my daughter's hockey season. There are a large amount of clips from a number of games. The original format is 1920x1080 (16M). One thought I had was to g
Re: Is Rendering Twice a Problem? by odd magne nilsen 10 years ago Edit your clips and call the projects hokey1, hokey2....... Put the PROJECT hokey1, hokey2 and so on, to the timeline for final rendering til a DVDA template. odd magne nilsen newbie
Going from PAL and render to NTSC mp4 by gregg zeer 10 years ago Hi, I shot with a DVX100 PAL progressive and need to render to mp4 NTSC. I am getting a lot of jagged edges or blur with motion. What is the best way to do this I am using Vegas 8.0c. Do I need a diff
Taking Still Photos from a Mini DV tape by Emily Bowman 11 years ago Hello All! One of my clients wants to be able to take still photos from mini dv footage of her tv show. Up until now she had used an older version of the small Canon camcorders, a 920 I do believe. Ho