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    Hello guys, I'm new to video editing. I'm making some guitar covers of songs and I want to put them on youtube.
    I'm recording audio and video separately. I've done a good job on sync, its perfect. But my videos are getting large, like 3gb, too big for youtube.

    I have few questions wich you'll considerate stupid, but thats cause I'm a total noob haha.
    Ok, I'm using a JVC Everio GZ-MG630. When I export the files to my computer, I check the details and it says the video is in 720x480. So, thats means that in Sony Vegas, when I want to render the file I have to chose this resolution?
    The sound from my recording has like 35mb. The 7 takes of the video I recorded are not higher than 400mb together. So why the hell the file gets 3gb?
    Thanks guys, also, I could use some tips....
    ah, and sorry for my bad english

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    btw, my camera records in .MOD files.

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    You must be rendering down to an uncompressed format like AVI to get a file so big.
    Try rendering down to mp4, (use the Sony AVC template with one of the internet templates) thats what we use to put our music videos on YouTube.


    Sarah

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