I am using Vegas Pro 9.0.
I am making a video (personal purposes; a gift) for a friend, but am having trouble to decide the best rendering settings.
I'd like to upload it on the internet + render a video for her to watch on her comp, but at the same time, I'd like to burn a DVD version for her family to watch on TV.
Usually when I make videos, I've only ever rendered them for computer purposes, and often use the HDV 1280x720 settings. However, when played on TV, the pictures/videos gets sort of distorted.
So I figured I needed to use different settings, and decided to change project settings to PAL DV Widescreen (Aussie TV here). However, because the size is a little different, I have to tweak every picture and video again to make it fit the video properly.
This is a big hassle and I was wondering if there's any rendering options I could use that does not involve me readjusting all the videos/pics.
I tried rendering with PAL DV Widescreen for my HDV 720 document (rather than changing it in project settings beforehand), but it looks horribly squashed into a 4:3 on the computer. Will it look any different on TV? Ran out of DVDs to try out at home.
Sorry for the dodgy explanation, I'm still a newbie with these sort of stuff.