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- August 22, 2012 at 9:55 PM #47585AnonymousGuest
Hello follow videographers,
My name is Seth. I have been in theater, photography, videography and music all of my life. I am currently honing my skills and starting a business. I have most of my photo side down. I think I have good editing skills but I have just done gaming videos mainly for youtube.
I recently perchased a Sony HVR-V1U, and am currently editing with Sony Vegas Pro 10.
I can edit and render for youtube all day long, no problem, looks great. But I’ll need to be able to render my videos for resale. So they look good on any TV or Cable.
Any suggestions on the template set up before dropping in the m2ts file from my cam? Also I need render settings to finish it. I have tried all sorts of settings and combos of settings and I get dang close but still not as good as the original file.
Mainly I can either get the video to look great but it does this FF or “overcrank” thing randomly when playing it back.
Or I can get the FF or “overcrank” to stop but then the video quality is slightly less than the original file and there seems to be some sort of motion blur that is not present on the original file.
I’ll be around here often reading up on all the info posted. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Do you plan on delivering them on DVD (SD) or Blu-ray (HD) as that makes a difference in what template to use.
I plan on delivering them on an external HD or flash drive so they can burn to Blu-Ray them selves if they wish. But so they have the ability to watch it on PC or whatever they plug the external HD or flash drive into.
Thanks for the response.
H.264 at or around 20Mbps is a reasonable HD delivery format that is cross-platform compatible.
From the good folks at Sony, here’s a webinar titled Creating DVDs and Blu-ray discs with Vegas Pro and DVD Architect Pro
Remember when shooting and if you are not sure of how they will use it, say putting it on a DVD, make sure you shoot in the action safe zone for SD format. That way you will be covered and your clients won’t be upset with you.