In this Sony Vegas tutorial you will learn how to upload hd video.
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How to Upload HD Video in Sony Vegas
Hey! What’s up? Robert here, with a quick tutorial in Vegas Pro 9.
Now, Vegas Pro 9 has just recently came out and I have already updated. So, when I finished making this video here, I wanted to render it out but the render settings are a little bit different than Vegas Pro 8. So it’s a little confusing to set it up for YouTube’s HD setting.
So I'm going to show you here real quick for anyone out there who is using Vegas Pro 9, how to render an HD for YouTube. The first thing you want to do is go to file properties and make sure that your template is set to the first HDV right here, right under the palette standard, HDV 720/30p, 1280 by 720.
And if you want, you can even start all new projects with these settings, then click OK, and then I'm going to select all of my video that I want to render by double clicking there and I'm going to go to File, Render As and then I'm going to make sure my Save As type is set to Windows Media Video v11. That’s going to be a .WMB format file.
So then, we come down here and for our template, we choose six megabytes per second, HD 720/30p video and then we’re going to come over here to Custom. Our audios should stay the same. We’re not going to change anything in the audio preferences but we’re going to click on the video tab right here and the mode. We’re going to leave this at CBR. The format at Windows Media Video 9, the image size, make sure it’s at high definition, 1280 by 720. The pixel aspect ratio, make sure that is at 1.000 square. The frame rate, 29.970 seconds per key frame, five. Override default compression buffer, we’re going to change that to 8 and we’re going to bring the video smoothness all the way up to a 100.
And then come over here to bit rate, make sure that the internet line is at 6M, six megabytes. Index summary, we leave the same and project video rendering quality, we set this to fast. And then just come up here and save it as YouTube HD and hit the little hard disk to save it, and I already have one here, and then just click okay and then hit save. And there you go. You’re now rendering your video so that YouTube can play it in HD.
I hope this helps. I'm Robert from Roberts Production, and until next time. Take care.