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#1 Shidan Saberi

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Posted 29 December 2010 - 05:47 AM

Hi,

I'm having some difficulty (or need to better understand) using Sony Vegas 9.

I'm trying to render a short Slow motion clip i've made just to test my gear. I've uploaded around 500MB of HD 1080i clips in vegas and slow motioned them. It's around 2.5 minutes long.

The originals clips (saved in my documents folder) are crisp clear, very smooth, no interlace artifacts and well sized.

When i Render it as through vegas (as uncompressed) it turns from 500MB to 55GB! It horribly interlaced (Mice teeth) and because of the size very jumpy.

When i render it as HD 1080p it is 25GB and the interlace improves dramatically. It is still interlaced but more of a clear ghosty interlace. Still no were near as pleasant as the original.

Why does this program make it so big and interlace it so much? Can i do something to get better results?

Thanks:)
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#2 Shidan Saberi

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Posted 29 December 2010 - 05:53 AM

Thought i'd add, when i view it in sony vegas it's pretty smooth. After rendering all these interlace artifacts come into it.
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#3 Tim Tyler

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Posted 29 December 2010 - 01:09 PM

You'll find better answers to Vegas-specific questions on Sony's Vegas forum.

http://www.sonycreat...s.asp?ForumID=4
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