I noticed a few things on

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AvatarMarcel
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I noticed a few things on your video channel. I believe I found it here http://www.youtube.com/user/ThePJMcConnell.

Lighting, Angle, and Composition all still apply to video. Don’t use the cameras auto settings. Learn how lenses (especially the one on your camera) react to different light. Learn the manual white balance.

Lots of rapid motion will require a higher data rate, and shoot it a 30 or even 60 fps.

Be patient. Rendering HD for true quality takes time … lots of time.

I would try to re-render Autumn Adventureto AVCHD at full bandwidth (probably around 17 mbs). Keep it under 18 MBS for saving to DVD to play on a Blu Ray.

Here is a Tutorial on doing so in Vegas Rendering 1080p60 AVCHD from Sony Vegas for .

Good luck … and good shooting.

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