I posted on here last week and replied but haven't had a response back yet. My question is what settings am I supposed to render my movie in. It has pictures and video. The video is digital video from a canon optura xi. I am using vegas movie studio 4.0
Last time i did this (last year) my pictures came out looking like crap. I think i figured out why. It seems the pixels were set fro 320x260 or something like that. When I cange format to NTSC DV pictures look cleaner and not as pixelly (is that a word?) Anyways I am confused on what the dimensions should be and at what frame rate(?) i should be using or is it called bit rate? I have fricked around with the properties for so long I now can't even remember what is what.
Please, please please! someone give me some advice on what properties I should put this highlight film in so my pictures come out as clear as possible and my video is clear.
I just put in a few pics and 1 or two video clips so I could see if it looked clean or pixelly...so to do that I pre rendered this to view it in an external player (windows media player) and when I did the music I (i Just put in one track) was all jumpy. Now what the !@#$% is up with that? Jezzo pezzo what is going on? Any help would be appreciated as the highlight reel needs to be done by Saturday night for sunday and I have ohh... only about 42 kids and another 100 parents counting on me!
Also I rendered it in Best and Good obviously best is clearer but for like only my test drive 6 pics 2 vid clips and 1 music track it took about 15 minutes to render. From reading here that is expected in rendering. I also have to put this on DVD disk because the coaches want to copy it and sell it as a fundraiser. Any suggestions on how to do this easily.
If I sound jumpy its because its 3 am in the morning and I'm running out of time.
For the love of pete help me!!!