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Amir Mlore
Best Setting - Render HD 1920x1080 Videos
on Jun 30, 2014 at 2:25:37 am

I have Large video files of wedding wanted to render in sony vegas pro 12 after a editing.

Since i tried many rendering profile i didnt find any file format i have tried 1980x1080 video in .WMV Format

Recently, since WMV take longer time to i have rendered video in MP4 Format. XDCAM EX(*.MP4) -> HQ 1920x1080-24p successfully rendered but my problem is when i make DVD ( I use Cyberlink Power Director ) of all clips the rendered clip (*.Mp4) is not accessible ( also tried in other dvd authoring software).

I need to render HD Files in Sony and which profile should i use and i need video render 1920x1080 at 40Mbps, also which can be accessible in Cyberlink or any DVD Authoring software and should take lesser time to render.

Please me Rendering also any best DVD Authoring software


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John Rofrano
Re: Best Setting - Render HD 1920x1080 Videos
on Jun 30, 2014 at 11:00:16 am

[Amir Mlore] "I need to render HD Files in Sony and which profile should i use and i need video render 1920x1080 at 40Mbps, also which can be accessible in Cyberlink or any DVD Authoring software and should take lesser time to render."
If you want to make a DVD you need to render a Standard Definition MPEG2 file. DVD's do not support HD. Use MainConcept MPEG2 with one of the DVD templates. If you are using an external DVD program, you may need to modify the template to include the audio since most hobbyist DVD programs don't accept separate video and audio streams like professional programs do.

~jr

http://www.johnrofrano.com
http://www.vasst.com



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Amir Mlore
Re: Best Setting - Render HD 1920x1080 Videos
on Jun 30, 2014 at 3:40:50 pm

Thanks a lot, but i wanted to make HD Video which i want to give to to client 1920x1080 in some known format (MP4, MPEG, WMV)

Later may used same file to burn into DVD Discs...


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Stephen Mann
Re: Best Setting - Render HD 1920x1080 Videos
on Jun 30, 2014 at 1:25:57 pm

Are you trying to make a DVD or Blu-Ray?

Also, are you trying to make it a difficult task?

I do all my editing in Vegas, and in "Render As" using a DVDA template. I then use DVDA to make my discs.

Steve Mann
MannMade Digital Video
http://www.mmdv.com


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Amir Mlore
Re: Best Setting - Render HD 1920x1080 Videos
on Jun 30, 2014 at 3:41:37 pm

Thanks a lot, but i wanted to make HD Video which i want to give to to client 1920x1080 in some known format (MP4, MPEG, WMV)

Later may used same file to burn into DVD Discs...


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Stephen Mann
Re: Best Setting - Render HD 1920x1080 Videos
on Jun 30, 2014 at 4:38:37 pm

What format you deliver depends on how the client will view the video. The most common today is probably an AVC format in an MP4 container. In "Render As" you select one of the AVC templates.

If you want to make DVDs later, you will have to encode the video into MPEG2.

Steve Mann
MannMade Digital Video
http://www.mmdv.com


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John Rofrano
Re: Best Setting - Render HD 1920x1080 Videos
on Jun 30, 2014 at 6:46:14 pm

[Amir Mlore] "Thanks a lot, but i wanted to make HD Video which i want to give to to client 1920x1080 in some known format (MP4, MPEG, WMV)"
I would recommend MP4. Render as MainConcept AVC or Sony AVC using the Internet 1080p template and you should be all set. Adjust the bit-rate to reach your desired file size if the default is too big.

~jr

http://www.johnrofrano.com
http://www.vasst.com



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Amir Mlore
Re: Best Setting - Render HD 1920x1080 Videos
on Jul 4, 2014 at 10:53:16 am

Thanks a lot!!! but it takes more time to Render, any fast render technique can i play around with encode mode option ? to save some rendering time ?


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John Rofrano
Re: Best Setting - Render HD 1920x1080 Videos
on Jul 4, 2014 at 3:13:27 pm

[Amir Mlore] "Thanks a lot!!! but it takes more time to Render, any fast render technique can i play around with encode mode option ? to save some rendering time ?"
Get a more powerful computer with a comparable GPU. The MainConcept AVC encoder is very fast on my Core i7 3.2Ghz 6-Core PC with 16GB of memory and an NVIDIA Quadro 4000 GPU. There is no other option to get the video from your timeline except to render it.

How powerful is your PC? How slow is it rendering?

~jr

http://www.johnrofrano.com
http://www.vasst.com



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