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Old December 15th, 2010, 08:53 PM   #16
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I only mentioned smart rendering, as you said when the video was re-encoded it lost a lot of quality. The reason is that an already compressed image is being compressed again, losing even more detail. With smart rendering, vegas will not decode/decompress and then recompress/encode back out; it will, as Mike said, just take the original and drop it in the output, nothing lost at all. So, if you were able to render a bunch of small chunks with a smart render capable codec, you could bring those small chunks in, put them all together, and as long as there was no fx/fades/blends, etc. it would be re-rendered with as high a quality as it was in the small chunks.
Do a search on smart render in the help, they explain it a bit more in depth, and list the relevant codecs/bitrates.
Really glad you could get everything going though. Hopefully you can get into a 64bit version sooner than later and kiss the memory problems good-bye.
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Old December 16th, 2010, 03:04 AM   #17
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Y, makes more sense now.


And Sony vegas 64bit is more stable,no doubt about it, had tried it. But no Magic Bulet looks is a deal braker. :(
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Old December 20th, 2010, 03:59 PM   #18
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I want to thank you all for helping!

It's not a big project, but still. Im realy greatfull for such a forum with many helpfull people.

Enyway, here's the Video. Finaly in HD. :)

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