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    Default Very bad 'Broken TV'-like quality after rendering

    Hi. I'm incredibly new to editing, but I've tried some simple things here and there.
    If you can bear looking at another Minecraft video... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ih2f29JUswc

    Namely at 0:06. This quality problem didn't exist in the original footage. Same issue with http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...ANZ0NQq0#t=104

    I recorded the first one using Dxtory at 1920x1080, rendered in 1080 as well. Then that appeared...

    Anyone know what the problem is?

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    The bit rate setting can be very important to having a good quality image. Find out what bit-rate you recorded at and then match this in your rendering settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Blue View Post
    The bit rate setting can be very important to having a good quality image. Find out what bit-rate you recorded at and then match this in your rendering settings.
    Currently using the Dxtory Video Codec, I can't change the bitrate (I don't think so anyway). This is what it looks like for me.
    http://imgur.com/fnrnXhK
    For Sony Vegas, the render settings have this -
    http://imgur.com/fyiy6jN
    With the bit rate as you can see there.

    So I still don't know what I should do :/
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    Are you talking about the over all general video quality or just the flash of lines at 06:00 in the first video when the text come on screen ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Blue View Post
    Are you talking about the over all general video quality or just the flash of lines at 06:00 in the first video when the text come on screen ?
    The flash of lines. I'm wondering if it's because of me attempting to edit it. Without editing, it turns out perfect. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otK9Fpj-l-g

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    What editing have you done to it, specifically that part of the footage.

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    I made two pieces of footage fade into one-another, creating an X (putting this as simply as possible, sorry).
    Also two 'Lens Flares' on the Media FX for the video, and beneath I added a text layer saying 'museplays'. Then as it nears the end of the clip, I just made it fade out by changing the Fade Out Offset.

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