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    Default Sony Vegas rendering to Xvid / DivX

    I have imported from My Mini DV Camcorder the avi file to a project using the Template DV PAL Widescreen.

    The video comes in just fine and I can edit / work on my project and create my final output ready for rendering.

    I wish to output it as DivX / Xvid so I can burn it to CD and view on my DVD Player.

    I customise the Sound and Video options for Rendering to avi as follows:

    I keep the 720x576 size
    Standard 25fps
    Video Format - DivX or Xvid
    Field Order - None (progressive scan)

    Audio is just as mp3 with 112kBit/s and 44.1 Hz

    The problem is the video comes out like crap, mussing, lines, doesnt look good at all.

    I have previously edited Fraps and DivX movies and had no issues with the output. Can anyone please tell me where I am going wrong?

    Tnx a mil,

    Inqui

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    Not sure if I understand this properly... but if you want to make a DVD you must render to MPEG2. MPEG2 IS DVD.

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    I wish to output it as DivX / Xvid so I can burn it to CD and view on my DVD Player.
    I have a DVD Player that plays DivX / Xvid burnt as data to a CD. To Clarify.

    Tnx and any advice would be appreciated.

    Inqui

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    if it plays data DIVX/XVID then it read standard DVD ISO.

    burn the divx/VID directly and see LOL

    blanks are $1 a dsk?

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