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Sergiu Ovi
Trim video but render it as original - Sony Vegas 10
on Oct 11, 2014 at 12:57:47 pm

Hello!
This is my first post and this is me saying a big ”Hi!” to you all!

I use Sony Vegas 10.0e since this verion seems to be the only one who is working on my computer.
I want to use Sony just for clipping/trimming very small parts from the videos I love and maybe later, to merge them into one video.

I know how to trim in Sony, but I am stuck in saving the trimming... The Render function has a lot of posibillities. I just want the clipping to have original settings like the original clip (from where it was trimmed).

Can you please help me with that? What do I have to choose in order to preserve the original clip's settings?

Many thanks!


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John Rofrano
Re: Trim video but render it as original - Sony Vegas 10
on Oct 11, 2014 at 2:39:45 pm

[Sergiu Ovi] "I know how to trim in Sony, but I am stuck in saving the trimming... The Render function has a lot of posibillities. I just want the clipping to have original settings like the original clip (from where it was trimmed)."
You would think that it would be a simple thing to do but unfortunately, it's not. Camera companies seem to be inventing knew formats every day and delivery formats have been pretty standard for a long time so you may find that you cannot render to the original camera format.

What format are your original files? Use a tool like MediaInfo if you don't know. Then someone here can help with finding a template in Vegas Pro that matches the closest.

~jr

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Sergiu Ovi
Re: Trim video but render it as original - Sony Vegas 10
on Oct 11, 2014 at 2:51:30 pm

Thank you for the reply!
My videos for clipping would be Youtube HD videos (mp4), mkv and avi.
If you could recommend me the settings for exporting them to HD1080p would be great. Also, I found this video on Youtube. Is this suitable for me?






Thank you again for your reply and I am looking forward for the next one.


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John Rofrano
Re: Trim video but render it as original - Sony Vegas 10
on Oct 11, 2014 at 9:40:30 pm

[Sergiu Ovi] "If you could recommend me the settings for exporting them to HD1080p would be great."
I would use MainConcept AVC with the Internet 1080p setting.
[Sergiu Ovi] "Also, I found this video on Youtube. Is this suitable for me?"
No. The person who made that video has no clue what they are doing. There is no need to use 32-bit Video processing unless you are working with 10-bit video (which you are not). Use the defaults that Vegas Pro provides and don't change any settings unless you have a really good reason (and watching someone change them on YouTube is NOT a good reason).

~jr

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



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Sergiu Ovi
Re: Trim video but render it as original - Sony Vegas 10
on Oct 12, 2014 at 9:11:34 am

Thank you, John! It is good to know.
I tried render one of my clips under ”MainConcept AVC” but I could not find the ”Internet 1080p setting.”.



If I will use the setting you recommended for all my clippings, when I will want to merge them in a one big video, I should use the same render settings as the clippings, right?


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John Rofrano
Re: Trim video but render it as original - Sony Vegas 10
on Oct 12, 2014 at 11:03:59 am

[Sergiu Ovi] "I tried render one of my clips under ”MainConcept AVC” but I could not find the ”Internet 1080p setting.”. "
Sorry, You did say you are using Vegas Pro 10.0 but I didn't remember that those templates weren't available back then. That's quite old. The Internet templates are under Sony AVC back in the Vegas Pro 10.0 days. Look under there instead for templates like "Internet 1920x1080-30p". Those are the ones you want.

~jr

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



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