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Sony Vegas Pro tutorials, this video is showing a tutorial on how to render youtube videos in hd.
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Hello YouTube and today I’m just going to show you how to render your Youtube videos in HD using Sony Vegas Pro. So I think I already a have video on how to do it Camtasia Studio and so this is for you Vegas Pro users out there. And now Sony Vegas is just an editor. Now Camtasia studio which has a recorder and stuff but I think, I don’t it has something about recording and its more advance and yeah it can edit you videos a lot further. To get all the stuff its like—it looks sort like an Adobe products but for video editing it’s a high quality HD video flash audio production software so all of the link and description to download it, you just want to scroll down a little to the Vegas Pro Trial English Version 8.0C and it’s a 112.9 megabyte file. Its big and just a trial. I’m not sure how long, probably 30-45 days, just click download and install it.
Anyway, then to import your files just click file, import and media. I haven’t saved that one on the Desktop, an HD test, basically same thing as before. I think this is all your volumes so you’d more make that higher or something from their original. Use what imported by going like this and none the middle or anything but up to the beginning and you just want to click Project Video Properties. You can also go to file and properties. Alt-Enter and you just want to make this NTSC DV which NTSC is just a format and for North America and South America and PAL is for the rest of the world. I think it’s like some sort of a format.
So I’m going to scroll down all the way to HDV video 720-30 frames per second (1280x720) pixels. 29.970 frames per second I mean, about 30. So about it, you can make the Full-resolution rendering quality, Best. You can start all new projects with these settings so all your videos will be HD. You can Deinterlace method to Blend field some people I could none and I’ll just leave it like that. In Audio, you can make the Stereo or 5.1 surround sound and you can also make it 48,000 and even higher and then that’s not possible in Camtasia Studio. Probably is going to leave it like that 16 and you might want to be put best but I’m okay with good and just click Apply and OK.
Now you notice these black lines because I record this on my screen. So to fix this you just want to right click the video, go to switches and uncheck Maintain Aspect Ratio and it will be full screen in the preview. And now once you got the video properties, you edit it if you know how to edit with Sony Vegas. It’s a lot more complicated I should say and then go to file and click Vendor Ask and you can also make a preset of YouTubeHD preset but your we’ll just say default template. You want to go to Windows all the way at the bottom. Windows Media Video V9 (*.wmv) and click custom to put it your own settings. This should be about good or and you just want to make best, make it best, good audio. Make sure it’s included, first of all click CBR. Windows Media Audio 9.2 and this is one go to 128 kbps, 44 kHz, stereo CBR or 48 kHz, it doesn’t really matter. We’re for better quality and you can go up here but that’s a little too big so either 48 or 44.
So with video you can put quality VVR, I mean you want to put CBR for the mode. For now Windows Media Video 9, High definition, 1280x720 to make rendered in HD. NTSC could North America for me or I can do PAL for if your year out or somewhere else and Video smoothness 100 (Sharpest). Bit rate, you want to check Internert/Lan, uncheck ISDN and just make this six Mbps I believe because it’s extreme. It must be a CBR encode to a multi-bit break and finally just want to save your Template, you can type in HD or YouTubeHD whatever and just click this little floppy disc icon to save the template. I already have it saved and I'm going to choose mine YouTubeHD and you can even use your own little template and just change it and then save it.
You want to make it tile, I’m just going to type in test for this one wmv. I’m going to save to my Desktop. You can save it anywhere you want it and think about it, just click Save. It will render and Sony Vegas files I found are usually bigger than Camtasia Studio for some reason. I’m in file size shouldn’t be too big and it should be on your Desktop and right here and its rendering.
So just going to post it here, okay it’s about done and you can also close the dialogue box when rendering complete. It’s done and it should be right here to test.wmv, I’m just going to cycle that and you can check the file size 4.32 MB for about 12 second file, its pretty big but it is HD and you can test it out in Windows Media Player and you also use as Desk so—
And now that’s about it for this tutorial, yes just please rate, comment and subscribe and please check out my new videos that’s why I need to subscribe so you know where my videos about on how to render you videos in HD using a few alternative Window Movie Maker. Thanks for watching and peace out.