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Old December 21st, 2009, 02:20 PM   #1
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HDLink vs. Intermediates Rendered Out of Vegas

Is there any difference to converting 5D2 clips in HDLink(NeoScene) vs. dropping the originals in a Vegas Timeline and rendering out CF intermediates from Vegas?

I ask because of two reasons:

1. I'd like to be able to do a rough edit on some clips prior to rendering to intermediates, and that is a no-brainer from the Vegas timeline.

2. Many times, for web production, I prefer to render 720p intermediates and since NeoScene won't let me do that, I can easily also do that from the Vegas timeline too.

But, is there a quality difference by going one route over the other (and although I am aware of the 29.97 conversion, let's just assume that isn't an issue because I'd stay in 30.00p either way by using the appropriate CF registry key to do so).

Thanks in advance for any help...
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