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Martyn Cerny
Sony Vegas Video (AVI) 1080p 29,97 FPS render quality best but outcome poor
on May 7, 2016 at 3:00:34 pm

So basically i have a Csgo video, I researched on the internet best render settings i recorded the footage with Action! 29,97 fps .avi here are my render settings > https://gyazo.com/4be9e43e1f62340fe6567785975f32e1 and this is my video properties https://gyazo.com/82e8af2fac9f70f41cc6321ec88d03dd (keep in mind im going for the best quality) this is the video preview in vegas with best quality > https://gyazo.com/1f6589abdf2fb91385047b61f479e8dd (ok i know there is acceleration but im fine with that) but now the annoying part this is how it turns out > https://gyazo.com/c7407bce627bc78e9222d630c1120245 its not really as the one in preview its more pixelated and colour changed. Ok now for you, to make it more easier here both to compare > http://i.imgur.com/kIQfKMO.jpg you might not see it but for me the preview from Vegas is better than the actual render, i was trying to render it with the best quality possible but still its not good enough for me.

Here are my specs:
-Windows 7
-GTX 970
-i7 4790
-8gb ram
-600 Corsair supply


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John Rofrano
Re: Sony Vegas Video (AVI) 1080p 29,97 FPS render quality best but outcome poor
on May 7, 2016 at 9:07:28 pm
Last Edited By John Rofrano on May 7, 2016 at 9:11:47 pm

You didn't tell us about your source footage (other than you used Action! which means nothing to me) but you seem to have several settings wrong.

I'm going to assume that your source is progressive footage captured from your PC screen during game play. Given that assumption:
  • Your project is set up as interlaced which is wrong for progressive source.

  • Your project doesn't specify a deinterlace method which is wrong for an interlaced project.

  • Your pixel format is set to 32-bit which should only be used for 10-bit source which I doubt highly your game footage is (this is why your colors are shifting).

  • Your render settings are not taking advantage of available bandwidth because it's set to constant bit rate.

I would:
  • Set your project up as progressive.

  • Use 8-bit pixel format

  • Render to VBR using Two pass with 24Mbps max, 16Mbps average bitrate

See if that improves things.

Also, your subject talks about AVI files but you are rendering to MP4. So I don't understand that. Is your source AVI?

~jr

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http://www.vasstsoftware.com



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Martyn Cerny
Re: Sony Vegas Video (AVI) 1080p 29,97 FPS render quality best but outcome poor
on May 7, 2016 at 9:38:25 pm

Hello I was recording with Action! a twitch stream highlight(because I was streaming and my moderators highlighted best moments) so I can edit it and post it on youtube but thank you for advice, it helped to enhance the quality, But with the 8 bit format my colours get glitchy through out the preview also after render, but with 32 it doesn't glitch that much.


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John Rofrano
Re: Sony Vegas Video (AVI) 1080p 29,97 FPS render quality best but outcome poor
on May 8, 2016 at 3:08:56 pm

[Martyn Cerny] "But with the 8 bit format my colours get glitchy through out the preview also after render, but with 32 it doesn't glitch that much."
Use whatever works for you but 32-bit color will change the look and you were complaining that the look was changing, that's all.

~jr

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