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Video Quality
#1
So I render a fan edit to mp4 but the video quality is significantly worse and i have no idea how to fix this, if anybody has any idea how to fix this please tell me.
I use Vegas Pro.
#2
Much, much more info will be needed to help out on this one. If you could post some info about your source file, project settings, render settings etc?
#3
Okay so this happens to everything I want to render movies shows it doesn't matter. My projects settings are 1920x800 and 23.9 fps I haven't changed anything else and I render in the standard 1080p mp4.
The quality is not horrible but it ain't great either.
#4
That's not what he means by project settings.

What are you putting into your editor? Lossless video in a codec like Lagarith or huffyuv in an AVI container? Professional-level "near lossless" codecs like ProRes? The unaltered Blu-Ray format of H.264 in an m2ts or MKV container? A ripped and reencoded Blu-Ray in H.264 format in an MKV or MP4 container?

What are your output settings? You say MP4, but that's a container that can mean many things. Is the codec H.264? H.265? MPEG-2? Are you using a set bitrate (like, say, 3000kbps)? Variable or constant bitrate? 1-pass or 2-pass encoding? Or are you using a constant quality encode, and if so, what's your CRF value? 18? 14? 22?

All of these things are important to figuring out why your quality isn't where you want it.
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#5
A screenshot could also help us. If we can see your settings in a screenshot we might be better able to help.
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#6
Good call, especially if everything in my post sounds like Greek to you. Wink
#7
I wasn't on pc then but here are some screenshots:

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#8
Those pictures are in terrible quality, I can't read a single thing because of how blurry it is.
#9
(05-10-2019, 04:09 AM)theryaney Wrote: Those pictures are in terrible quality, I can't read a single thing because of how blurry it is.

How do i upload in better qualty?
#10
You seem to be missing a screenshot (the last in the original image post), that isn't uploaded, instead it's just blank.


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