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    Default Rendering SonyVegas7.0 YouTube


    Hey!
    I have a quick question, whats the best rendering format on sony vegas 7.0 for YouTube?
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    The short anser is the highest BitRate you can. I believe you tube has a 100mb or 10 min maximum. WMV is the most common since it comes with windows most people have it already.
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    I found this great tutorial on YouTube itself that does exactly what you want - i now have a preset with these instructions:


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    You have a 1Mbps template in Vegas 7? or 6. Mine jumps from 512Kbps to 3Mbps

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    Quote Originally Posted by vegasarian View Post
    You have a 1Mbps template in Vegas 7? or 6. Mine jumps from 512Kbps to 3Mbps
    If you click Custom, you can alter settings youself and save them as your own presets.

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    Thanks for that Turn!. I didn't realise you could change 3Mbps to 1Mbps. Also had never noticed the 'save' icon next to the template window. Must pay more attention.

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    Youtube has competition now. There is a new website that is like youtube only better. The website is: http://www.livevideo.com The picture is more clearer, you have better custome features, plus there is NO time limit,(even with a regular account) and the big news, you can upload to a max of 200 MB! Go sign up!. I still use youtube, but I also upload my videos on livevideo.com.
    Life is a never ending movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vegasarian View Post
    Thanks for that Turn!. I didn't realise you could change 3Mbps to 1Mbps. Also had never noticed the 'save' icon next to the template window. Must pay more attention.
    I have been using vegas for 3 years and every month at least I still have a DOH! moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pharoah View Post
    Youtube has competition now. There is a new website that is like youtube only better. The website is: http://www.livevideo.com The picture is more clearer, you have better custome features, plus there is NO time limit,(even with a regular account) and the big news, you can upload to a max of 200 MB! Go sign up!. I still use youtube, but I also upload my videos on livevideo.com.
    There’s also good Old Google where you receive a tremendous amount of exposure, but the display quality is pretty bad at:

    http://video.google.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turn Media View Post
    If you click Custom, you can alter settings youself and save them as your own presets.
    Thankyou that has opened a few more doors!
    Didnt think that was possible
    I allways was in the costum tab but didnt think u could set and save your own templates

    Marrs

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