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Andy Iz
Sony Vegas Video FX stretched??
on Jul 27, 2014 at 11:30:48 pm

Hi i've been using sony vegas regularly and recently i pressed a button on my keyboard or maybe I accidentally clicked something and its caused my video event FX to be stretched, like the plugin options would be split into 2 columns. Ive tried dragging the 2nd column back but nothing happens. This is what it looks like: http://prntscr.com/46zl7e How do I get it back to looking like this: http://prntscr.com/46zm4p


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John Rofrano
Re: Sony Vegas Video FX stretched??
on Jul 28, 2014 at 12:00:33 am
Last Edited By John Rofrano on Jul 28, 2014 at 12:01:33 am

[Andy Iz] "i pressed a button on my keyboard or maybe I accidentally clicked something and its caused my video event FX to be stretched, like the plugin options would be split into 2 columns. Ive tried dragging the 2nd column back but nothing happens."
You clicked the two column icon in the upper right corner. Just click the one column icon:



...and wherever you do, don't click the 3 column icon. lol ;-)

~jr

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Bob Moyer
Re: Sony Vegas Video FX stretched??
on Jul 28, 2014 at 12:25:25 am

I never noticed those icons before. And may I ask before someone else...why not select the 3 column icon? Or was that just a joke?

Bob


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John Rofrano
Re: Sony Vegas Video FX stretched??
on Jul 28, 2014 at 1:36:43 am

[Bob Moyer] "Or was that just a joke?"
That was just a joke. Since you didn't like two columns I assumed you would hate having three. I did add a smiley face after all.

~jr

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Andy Iz
Re: Sony Vegas Video FX stretched??
on Jul 28, 2014 at 8:43:01 am

thanks man :)


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John Rofrano
Re: Sony Vegas Video FX stretched??
on Jul 28, 2014 at 10:58:25 am

[Andy Iz] "thanks man :)"
You're welcome. It's not a widely advertised feature so not many people realize you can have these FX display in multiple columns.

~jr

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http://www.vasst.com



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Trey Visions
dear john I need your advice!
on Jul 29, 2014 at 12:09:35 am

Dear John, I really hope you get a chance to see this, I am trying to make music videos for youtube. shooting all scenes with a Cannon T3i Rebel, using a Windos PC with 8GB of Ram, & Editing with Sony Vegas. What settings would you recommend for rendering for YouTube.
I can send you a link to some of my uploads if you like but there just not as clear as I would like them to be. Do I need to get a Apple computer should I disable the resample before rendering I have several questions but I am a FAST learner & better listener. Please help me Thanks in Advance


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John Rofrano
Re: dear john I need your advice!
on Jul 29, 2014 at 11:51:38 am

[Trey Visions] "What settings would you recommend for rendering for YouTube. "
Hi Trey, You should be uploading MPEG4 videos to YouTube. I find that the Internet 1080p templates in either the MainConcept AVC or Sony AVC give very high quality.
[Trey Visions] "... there just not as clear as I would like them to be. Do I need to get a Apple computer should I disable the resample before rendering I have several questions but I am a FAST learner & better listener."
It's important that you render to the same frame rate that you are shooting. For example, if you are shooting 24p then you should render to 24p and upload that to YouTube. This should give you the best quality.

BTW, You didn't explain what you are doing now so hopefully these are not the settings that you are already using and not happy with. lol ;-)

~jr

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Trey Visions
Re: dear john I need your advice!
on Jul 29, 2014 at 2:13:28 pm

Thanks so much for replying, I feel like I won the little lotto, but seriously I'm shooting with a Canon T3i Rebel 1080 @30fps at full bit rate, I matched project settings, before editing and disabled the resample. What's the best rendering settings, should I use main concept or Sony avc, and should I use a variable or constant bit rate, my footage was shot with a bit rate of 44,000 and for the record I have never compressed my footage other than when I render it. I've tried the internet templates before and wasn't happy with how choppy/pixelated it looked. Footage didn't start looking better until I increased the bit rate In the settings. Thanks again In advance, John for your help.


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Trey Visions
Re: dear john I need your advice!
on Aug 7, 2014 at 11:54:55 pm

John wow you replied lol,I feel like a lottery winner thanks for taking time to respond and yes those were the settings I was using I believe my problem is one of two things. First allot of the footage was shot hand held so that may explain why some footage looks better than the other one uploaded. And two what should my deinterlace method be in my project settings for my Canon t3i. When I match the project the setting is factory set for blend. Shouldn't I use none because I'm not shooting interlaced right or wrong.


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John Rofrano
Re: dear john I need your advice!
on Aug 9, 2014 at 1:03:37 pm

[Trey Visions] "what should my deinterlace method be in my project settings for my Canon t3i. When I match the project the setting is factory set for blend. Shouldn't I use none because I'm not shooting interlaced right or wrong."
You should leave the Deinterlace settings to Blend Fields. There is almost no reason to ever set it to None because it will only be used if Vegas Pro encounters interlaced video. So, for example, if your project only contains progressive video then Vegas Pro will ignore the Deinterlace setting so there is no reason to set it to none.

The only reason to change the Deinterkace method to none is when you have interlaced video but you want to use a 3rd party deinterlacer like Boris FX BCC Deinterlace. In that case you don't want Vegas Pro to deinterlace because you are going to handle it yourself. That's the only time I would set deinterlace to none. Otherwise always keep it on Blend Fields unless you have very fast moving interlaced footage and are still seeing artifacts, and in that case you should use Interpolate Fields.

BTW, your Cannon T3i shoots progressive video so you don't have to worry about interlacing at all.

~jr

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