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    Well we both are using same settings for wmv format, so look at the picture, it should be clear enought. (It for Vegas 8.0 Pro)


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    yea thats nice options but how much space does the videos takes /min? I know it could be abit less or more depends on effects and audio etc but around how much?

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    What about Sony Vegas Platinium 9.0 ??

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    What about Sony Vegas Platinium 9.0 ??[/b]
    you ask in PM so - I dont suggest any other version of Vegas than 8.0 Pro. I thought too that 9 will be better but there are so many things missing and I dunno why. But the render setting will be same I think.

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    I'm trying those settings right now, rendering a small video

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    I'm trying those settings right now, rendering a small video [/b]

    lemme know how long and how big it become pls

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    Video 's length is 57 seconds, and 18.8MB.

    Mostly pictures :P

    Here's the video.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--cEJpIA7ts

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    I still prefer h264 a lot. Smaller size, higher bitrates and generally better quality. I'll post some compression instructions later this day

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    Mostly pictures :P[/b]
    that explane the low size.. yeye but I'll try it when I get home

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    I still prefer h264 a lot. Smaller size, higher bitrates and generally better quality. I'll post some compression instructions later this day [/b]
    Yup I use that too, needs to be rendered twice but it's definitely worth it.

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    more than one way to skin a cat..

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    I still prefer h264 a lot. Smaller size, higher bitrates and generally better quality. I'll post some compression instructions later this day [/b]
    yes those are settings for wmv"lame"format ... ofc h264 in mp4 is best.

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    pretty sweet man, i'll keep this that picture for the settings.
    I'll def do that stuff

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    well i've done gaming movies for 9 years now and i can say this is not even close the best way
    the quality also depends on much more things than just rendering settings. if someone captures with something else than 720p this isnt most likely gonna work (especially 4:3s)
    vegas audio encoding has never worked for me but i'll try that later
    I still prefer h264 a lot. Smaller size, higher bitrates and generally better quality. I'll post some compression instructions later this day [/b]
    h264 has a lot better compression but some computers just wont support those videos, and not everyone knows how to even play them

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    well i've done gaming movies for 9 years now and i can say this is not even close the best way, and also probably not even worth the quality/size
    the quality also depends on much more things than just rendering settings. if someone captures with something else than 720p this isnt most likely gonna work (especially 4:3s)
    vegas audio encoding has never worked for me but i'll try that later[/b]
    OK, nice.
    But instead of saying that, post ur rendering settings?

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