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    Default rendering a movie?

    whats the best setting to render a movie, i seem to get BIG files lol

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    Join Date
    Jul 2005


    render for what?

    Are you laying back to tape?
    Is it for web?
    Is it for DVD?

    What's the final source gonna be?

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    ah sorry, i just wanna make computer files, avi or anything.

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    What are you going to use for a player, windows media, quick time ect.?

    Software Used:
    TGV Edius 6, TGV ProCoder 3, DVD Lab Pro. 2

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    well i suppose ill personally mostly be using windows media player, but i might upload them, for anyone to download, and the player will be thier choice.

    I know about file types avi, mov, wmv etc, but i dont know what sort of setting are best in the vegas program, im not sure weather to use PAL DV or PAL SD or any of the others. i know PAL is our UK standard and NTSC is America and other places. i know the difference in PAL and NTSC is the amount of lines and frequency of the displayed picture. PAL being a higher quality

    how that helps

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