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Thread: Sony Vegas Pro 10 TV Music Video SubmissioN Broadcast Quality Editing HELP NEEDED!!!

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    Default Sony Vegas Pro 10 TV Music Video SubmissioN Broadcast Quality Editing HELP NEEDED!!!

    Hello everyone,

    I am a musician and recently want to submit my TV Music Video to Television. Apart from charging 500 per video per channel (and stating that if the following technical information isn't kept) they reserve the right to keep the money and reject the video for TV..I need my music video I have shot and finished to meet the current spec below.

    Currently I have finished the music video and it is in M2T File format which is raw from the camera. I've done a gamma and luna check and adjusted it to the settings theyve asked and it now seems fine but am not sure how to meet the requirements below. Please could someone with expertise give me instructions/tutorial on how I can do this? Thanks alot if anyone can!!

    Technical Requirements
    ..


    The file name must include Artist & Song Title.

    Music Videos adhere to the following spec. This is an example using a 3 00 Music Video:

    Clock:
    09:59:50:00 Unique slate and countdown from 10
    09:59:57:00 Black and silence
    10:00:00:00 Video/Audio In Point (Start of Message)
    10:02:59:24 Video/Audio Out Point (End of Message)
    10:03:00:00 End of file


    SD FORMATS
    HD FORMATS
    Wrapper

    QT
    MPEG2 Program Stream
    Quicktime
    Quicktime
    Quicktime
    Quicktime
    AVI
    Video Codec

    IMX50
    MPEG2
    DVCPro 50
    Uncompressed YUV
    Animation
    ProRes422 HQ
    Uncompressed
    Video Bit-Rate

    50mbps
    50mbps
    50mbps
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    Video Frame Size
    720x576
    720x576
    720x576
    720x576 / 1920 x 1080
    720x576 / 1920 x 1080
    720x576 / 1920 x 1080
    720x576 / 1920 x 1080
    Aspect Ratio
    16:9 FHA
    16:9 FHA
    16:9 FHA
    16:9 FHA
    16:9 FHA
    16:9 FHA
    16:9 FHA
    Frame Rate

    25
    25
    25
    25
    25
    25
    25
    Profile@Level
    N/A
    4:2:2 @ main
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    GOP Structure

    N/A
    I Frame Only
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    Field Dominance

    Interlaced (upper field first)
    Interlaced (upper field first)
    Interlaced (upper field first)
    Interlaced (upper field first)
    Interlaced (upper field first)
    Interlaced (upper field first)
    Interlaced (upper field first)
    Audio Codec

    PCM 16bit Little Endian
    Mpeg1 Layer 2
    PCM 16bit Little Endian
    PCM 16bit Little Endian
    PCM 16bit Little Endian
    PCM 16bit Little Endian
    PCM 16bit Little Endian
    Audio Bit-Rate

    1536kbps
    1536kbps
    1536kbps
    1536kbps
    1536kbps
    1536kbps
    1536kbps
    Audio Sampling Rate
    48Khz
    48khz
    48khz
    48khz
    48khz
    48khz
    48khz
    Channel Mode

    2Ch Stereo

    2Ch Stereo

    2Ch Stereo

    2Ch Stereo

    2Ch Stereo

    2Ch Stereo

    2Ch Stereo
    Last edited by BrownGuy; 04-26-2011 at 03:59 PM.

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    Why have they repeated much of the info? Doesn't make sense.

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    I think this is from a table - they accaept various formats eg (taking the second entry in each list): MPEG2 Program Stream, MPEG2 codec, 50mbps, 720x576, 25fps, 4:2:2, I frame only, Interlaced Upper field first), Mpeg1 Layer 2 audio @ 1536kbps, 28kHz & 2Channel Sereo is ONE of the 7 options they accept.

    But I can't really help the OP as whilst I vaguely understand that, I only vaguely understand it!
    Tim

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    Hi yes it is from a table but i copy and paste this in and it doesnt seem to appear correctly on here. anyone who wants me to email them the spec then that would be great.

    Okay can you help me with instructions on how you do this?

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    If you don't understand it, I don't think you should submit. Save yourself the 500 and take your footage and files to a Pro editor.
    No offence.

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    ive had a pro editor edit it but now i need to get the m2t file he gave it me in into this format for the tv companies

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    Can you take a screen shot or link of where you got that info.
    What version of Vegas are you using?

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    of course mate. thanks appreciate the help am using sony vegas pro 10 and a screenshot of the technical info can be found here-



    Basically all i need is a detailed tutorial mate on how I can meet the HD requirements, videos currently in raw m2t format. I have the audio file seperate too if I need be (as its a music video)

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    I'm not to sure about the CLOCK part but I'll help you out with your render.

    FIRST:
    Make sure your your project settings are correct.
    File/Project Properties

    VIDEO(TAB)
    -Use the Template "HD 1080-50i (1920x1080, 25.000 fps)"
    AUDIO(TAB)
    -Sample rate(Hz): 48,000

    Press Apply, then OK


    NEXT

    File/Render As
    Save as type: Quick Time 7 (*.mov)
    Template: Default TEmplate (uncompressed)
    PRESS Custom...
    Quiality 100.0%

    OK

    PRESS SAVE


    Be aware what your going to get a really big file, somewhere around 1gb per 10sec
    Attached Images Attached Images

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    Thanks so much for the help..the clock my friend knows how to do he said its simple..i will apply those settings..is mov the best format to submit it in then?

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