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Mark Patkai
Sony Vegas 13 PRO (and all other programs) render causes pixelation
on May 16, 2015 at 8:35:39 pm

It's fcking weird at all. I could not do anything with yet.
http://imgur.com/hf5HE8j,WVHFWzY#0
Pics
First: Recorded
Second: Rendered
I ran out of options, all of the videos about this problem had been watched no solution yet but how I know this community, answer will be find soon :)
What causes this pixelation? Which is the best method to fix?

Now, I'm not sure even this is name of the problem. I got Adobe Premiere, and causes this problem but more worse.


I tried:
- Disable Resample
Video Solutions:
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(It's not even valid for me, I can't render *.mov)
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NONE (!!!) of the solved it.

It's also weird that I used 2 kind of capture software(D3DGear & Action!), and both of them rendered videos' made this.

I like to make videos, but if I can't fix this...

Excuse if my english a little bad.


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Aaron Star
Re: Sony Vegas 13 PRO (and all other programs) render causes pixelation
on May 16, 2015 at 10:57:33 pm

This type of issue can be hard to solve depending on how new your system hardware is. Couple things you could try are:

Set screen res to 1080p, so that you are only capturing 1080p. This will reduce P\pixel scaling.

Microsoft Encoder 4 - use the screen cap tool, and set the bit rate to 10000 or 30000 and capture the full 1080p screen. Use encoder 4 to render a .WMV to 10Mbs, Youtube and Twitch will accept WMV.

Use an external encoder/2nd PC like a Blackmagic Intensity or Shuttle, run an HDMI cable, set 1st pc to 1080p display clone, and record that output on 2nd Encoder. Use the Blackmagic Media tool to record to .AVI-MJPEG or uncompressed. Use Vegas to edit these files, and render to BM-MJPEG, XDCAM.mxf, or highbit(16-22mbs)rate Sony AVC.mp4. Upload either format to Youtube, or twitch.

Some new PC hardware and GPUs have tools and hardware specially designed to record display to .MP4.

http://developer.amd.com/community/blog/2014/02/19/introducing-video-coding-engine-vce/


Nvidia Shadowplay - http://www.geforce.com/geforce-experience/shadowplay


Intel quicksync _ https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/486821


Just remember that recording to 1080p from a 1080p source will give you the sharpest results. You also want to roughly double the upload bit rate of your source file, because the hosting service like youtube will compress the image again.


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John Rofrano
Re: Sony Vegas 13 PRO (and all other programs) render causes pixelation
on May 16, 2015 at 11:49:33 pm

One thing that may be causing a problem is that you are capturing at 1366x728 and delivering at 1280x720. That's going to distort your video and make it look bad when it gets rendered. You want to capture and deliver at the exact same frame size for maximum quality.

~jr

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