Can anyone help?
I'm probably missing something obvious here but....I've been going round in circles and need a bit of support to work out where I'm going wrong?
I'm using Vegas Pro 8, on a 3Ghz PC with 1.5GB memory runing XP.
I'm editing a HDV 1080-50i (1440x1080, 25.000 fps) file from a Sony HVR-HD1000E
I've set the project properties up as follows:-
My question is : - I want to get the smoothest rendered output possible before I put the video through On2 Flix Pro to convert to .FLV
- Matched the media format
- 8bit pixel format
- Best (Rendering Quality)
- Gaussion (motion blur)
- Interpolate Field (deinterlace method)
I produce a lot of videos tours for Hotels/Estate agents etc... which all have Pans leading into transitions followed by zooms into statics (and so on and so on etc...).
With this in mind is there a file type & template that you would recommend i should be using to gain the smoothest rendered output possible.
Basically, I'm currently getting very slight jittery/jumpy pans on all of the videos I'm rendering, which are then being emphasized in the On2 FLV conversion so I need to try and find a way to get rid of them.
(PS. And just so you know, the slight jumpy movement wasn't in the pans on the original footage)
Also:- I've been sat systematically going through the various file types and templates trying to find ones give the best rendered output possible and I've got to the point where I thought it might just be easier to ask if anyone else know the answer and has been through the same process.
To be honest the best output I can find with the least jumpy/jittery pans has been achieved using: -
with Custom settings :-
- Save file type as - Video for Windows (*.avi)
- Template - PAL DV Widescreen
- Video Render Quality = BEST
- Field Order = Lower field first
- Video format = PAL DV Widescreen
- Interleave every frame = turned on
- Create an openDMl File (AVI version 2.0) Compatible file = turned on
What do you guys do/suggest?