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    Hello guys.. i have huge problem.... idk whats wrong with me or my pc..
    I frapsed on 1024*768 resolution Lineage2 game..... after that i used sonyvegas 7.0 to edit it and render it....before rendering the view was kinda pretty nice but after render... my video view looks pathetic... i can't even seen names nothing.... here some screenshots how i render

    1 ) ImageShack - Hosting :: comp1ys7.jpg
    2 ) ImageShack - Hosting :: comp2fd1.jpg
    3 ) ImageShack - Hosting :: comp3pu2.jpg


    MY PC Hardware
    AMD Athlon +2100
    1024DDR Ram
    ATI Radeon 9250 >.>
    p.s rly confused... idk maybe problem with my drivers or smthing can't figure out.. im thinking about buying new vid card..... idk....
    -My english isn't perfect so if i made some mistakes sry-

    Thank You
    Last edited by T1duz; 07-15-2007 at 08:21 PM.

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    If you are in Europe, then the settings should be..

    25 fps and picture size. 720 X 576

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z Cheema View Post
    If you are in Europe, then the settings should be..

    25 fps and picture size. 720 X 576
    lol... hell no... still view pathetic haha

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    Dude whats your intention here? Is it to create a DVD that you can watch on your telly? Or is it to create a movie that you can watch on your PC?


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    Quote Originally Posted by bert6280 View Post
    Dude whats your intention here? Is it to create a DVD that you can watch on your telly? Or is it to create a movie that you can watch on your PC?
    watch on my pc... maybe upload in filefront >.>

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    You are rendering to a totally unsuitable form - uncompressed. To even play these files is a challenge to all but custom built systems.

    Render to a compressed codec.

    See this guide for usinf wmv.

    http://www.videoforums.co.uk/reviews..._articleid/255

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark W View Post
    You are rendering to a totally unsuitable form - uncompressed. To even play these files is a challenge to all but custom built systems.

    Render to a compressed codec.

    See this guide for usinf wmv.

    http://www.videoforums.co.uk/reviews..._articleid/255
    what Frame size to choose? what resolution i have to choose ? 1024 768?

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    First picture....

    "video rendering quality : Preview"

    Isn't this the lowest quality setting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOSH View Post
    First picture....

    "video rendering quality : Preview"

    Isn't this the lowest quality setting?
    idk what is that.. tbh first time using sony vegas >.>
    idk... maybe i should buy just new vid card O_o
    Last edited by T1duz; 07-16-2007 at 12:13 PM.

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    If your leaving that setting as 'preview' that's probably the problem, because it's telling the software to do a quick low quality render.

    You should change it to 'high' or 'full' if you have that option. That should produce a much better quality version than preview.

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