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    Default Best rendering for my sitation?

    I recorded a video with my dv camcorder, and everytime i render the video (about 4 minutes long)as either an avi, or mpeg2 it seems to get pixelated/blurryish everytime there is even a hand movement.
    So my question is, how can i get rid of this or what is the best render to use

    I have vegas platinum 9
    Last edited by tave; 09-20-2009 at 07:13 AM.

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    You need to supply a bit more info? Yeah?

    1] What camera are you using and what capture procedure did you use?

    2] What is your source material Interlace or Progressive? AVCHD or other? Sounds like Prog?

    3] Do you get "result" when you preview from the timeline?

    4] What are your Project settings? Need details?

    5] What Render template are you employing? Need details?

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    1)sony dcr-trv280
    2) i think its interlace (camera records to hi8mp cassette
    3) when i preview from the timelime, all looks good
    4) template: ntsc dv
    field order: lower field first
    deinterlace method: blend field
    5) render template is default, but changed the size to ntsc dv

    and is it possible to import vf files into a project? kinda like importing a project into another one
    Last edited by tave; 09-20-2009 at 08:13 AM.

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    Hi Tave

    If you are capturing digital video which is 720x480 then it will be interlaced so there is no need to set de-interlacing in Vegas.

    However you go on to say that you have a Hi8 camera which is analog not digital so if this is the case then you are using a capture card and probably capturing to a different size clip!! If this is the situation then Vegas will be trying to upsize the captured video to NTSC DV and when that is done, the interlacing fields go out of sync. To handle a source size other than 720x480 you need to open project properties in Vegas and click on the folder icon on the top right and use that to open your video clip so Vegas can correctly determine the size of the source video and it's attributes. If it IS different to 720x480 then you need to set interlacing to "interpolate" not "blend" which will help handle interlacing motion. Blend is only for low motion video!!

    Finally remember that this needs to be watched on a TV!!!! not a computer..you computer expects progressive and cannot handle interlaced line but a TV can!!!

    Chris

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    THANKYOU for your very informative post!!
    I will try it and get back to you
    and on the other hand.. is it possible to import vf files into a project? kinda like importing a project into another one

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