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    Video 1: My test
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzZSYY6yxR0"]YouTube - test.mov[/ame]

    My main problem is that if I put the Bitrate to low (video 1 360) I get bad quality and blurryness when things move. When I put it to high, huge filesize.
    I need a good render template and project settings for sony vegas pro 9. I would like the file to be no bigger then 350MB but still as good as the second video.

    Video 2:
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4yRBJuj4n0"]YouTube - Let's Play Borderlands PC - Co-op & Blind - Part 2[/ame]

    Don't worry about audio I can figure that out.

    Video 3: this is the template I am using for video 1, but the guy that made the tutorial has so much better quality then mine. Just look at some of his other videos.
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1V7uGsSPx7Q"]YouTube - Tutorial: How to Record Gaming Footage in HD with Hauppauge Part 3: Rendering[/ame]

    If you need more specific info just ask I just wanted to start of this thread.


    Thank you for your time.
    Last edited by YouTubeHD; 05-21-2010 at 04:55 PM.

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    I wouldn't go below 7,500,000 for YouTube HD but you might if size is a problem go down to 5,000,000

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    That bitrate wouldn't change my filesize problem.

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    To be honest if you want HD you have to expect large file sizes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YouTubeHD View Post
    That bitrate wouldn't change my filesize problem.
    For real good YouTube performance, use the .wmv 720 HD 4.5 mhz default render settings in Vegas. I now use that setting exclusively for all the stuff I upload there. See samples on my site of Youtube uploads. Crystal clear and no blur, and modest file size.

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    Okay I fixed my problem. Am doing it with virtualdub.
    But is there a way to render a couple fraps clips together without losing any quality so I can compress in Virtualdub?

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