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Paul Hinderscheid
How to render without losing quality?
on Jan 10, 2016 at 4:19:10 am

I did some graphic design work and I just imported the .png pictures into Sony Vegas and added some background music. I want to render as a video and upload it to YouTube. I know it'll be compressed when uploaded but I figured it'd be even worse to have it compressed when rendered and then compressed again when uploaded. I tried a couple different rending settings but some of the images look really compressed particularly in the text. Even when raising the bit rate really high it still looks compressed in the text. So I was wondering how do I render without losing quality or very little compression? I would greatly appreciate the help.

-Paul


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Graham Bernard
Re: How to render without losing quality?
on Jan 10, 2016 at 4:49:38 am

What is the Media information for the PNGs?

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Paul Hinderscheid
Re: How to render without losing quality?
on Jan 10, 2016 at 5:15:06 am

Dimensions: 1870x500
Bit Depth: 32
Size: 3.56 MB

Is that what you mean? That's just all the main information I got from right clicking on properties.

-Paul


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Graham Bernard
Re: How to render without losing quality?
on Jan 10, 2016 at 5:25:10 am

Yes, that'll do so far. Good.

Now, what are your Project Settings and your Render Settings?

* Grazie

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Paul Hinderscheid
Re: How to render without losing quality?
on Jan 10, 2016 at 6:15:20 am

Here's my project settings- https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-nb3L_H13cx4/VpH0wFi9ELI/AAAAAAAAAE4/uls_...

I know my image size isn't 1920x1080 and it's 1870x500. However. I was fine with the background being filled with black kinda like this- http://i.imgur.com/wswD0tf.jpg

Oh, and here's my render settings- https://plus.google.com/101650132879622938112/posts/QZFjmKq48M1?pid=6238038...

Thank you for taking the time to help me, I really do appreciate it.

-Paul


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Graham Bernard
Re: How to render without losing quality?
on Jan 10, 2016 at 6:38:50 am

Uncheck "Adjust Source Media...." In Project Settings.

* Grazie

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Paul Hinderscheid
Re: How to render without losing quality?
on Jan 10, 2016 at 7:19:30 am

Alright, I did that and tried rendering again. Doesn't look like it changed anything, the text still looks compressed. Especially when I put the original image side by side, it also seems a bit darker than the original image.

-Paul


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Graham Bernard
Re: How to render without losing quality?
on Jan 10, 2016 at 7:22:09 am

Please supply a view of the Output after Render.

* Grazie

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Paul Hinderscheid
Re: How to render without losing quality?
on Jan 10, 2016 at 9:00:57 am

https://plus.google.com/101650132879622938112/posts/c7CgczbwADF?pid=6238078...

I apologize if that's not what you meant.

Main Media Information after render:

Size:133 MB
Frame Width: 1920
Frame Hight: 1080
Data Rate: 17416kbps
Total Bitrate: 17802kbps

Here's what the image looks like before render- https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-6dz4rmRHfBw/VpIOJw_RX5I/AAAAAAAAAGo/WpCV...

And here's what it looks like after render- https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-tK5oV9R_46A/VpINzmAVw0I/AAAAAAAAAGg/pkjw...

Probably difficult to tell the difference but on my monitor I can easily tell it got a bit darker and the edges on text got a bit pixilated.

-Paul


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Graham Bernard
Re: How to render without losing quality?
on Jan 10, 2016 at 9:34:57 am

Increase the bit rate.

* Grazie

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Paul Hinderscheid
Re: How to render without losing quality?
on Jan 10, 2016 at 9:47:35 am

I set the bitrate to maximum but unfortunately it didn't change a thing. Still a slight different color/darker and still the pixilated text.

-Paul


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Graham Bernard
Re: How to render without losing quality?
on Jan 10, 2016 at 10:16:53 am

Did you create the Text item? You may need to change/match the resolution.

The Levels is a different/other issue.

* Grazie

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Graham Bernard
Re: How to render without losing quality?
on Jan 10, 2016 at 11:17:25 am

You could also try 2-Pass render.

* Grazie

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Paul Hinderscheid
Re: How to render without losing quality?
on Jan 10, 2016 at 10:43:39 pm

Tried 2-Pass and raised the bit rate all the way, didn't change anything. I'm not sure what you mean about the text item, I just created the text in Photoshop and saved as .png image. There's six images in total from my graphic design work that I imported to Vegas, when rendered only two of the images look compressed and it's very obvious but the other four images don't look compressed at all crystal clear which is weird. I'm not sure why only two images look compressed. All are the same resolution size and everything. I wish I could figure out what's wrong.

-Paul


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