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There are always many different ways to skin a cat with Sony Vegas Pro 13.
After the release of Vegas Pro 12, Sony has created some easy to use Internet Rendering Templates under the MainConcept AVC/AAC (.mp4) format.
Mainconcept uses the H.264 codec which is widely used and accepted on all websites, so it is a safe choice to use.
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Mainconcept produces a slightly higher contrast look with very vivid colours. If your Bit Rate is on the low side, you can lose some detail in dark and shadowy areas of your video.
It does have the advantage of the option to use your GPU (Graphics Card) to help speed up your rendering times.
Please note that you will need a compatible Graphics Card for GPU Acceleration to work. You can read more about the requirements for GPU Acceleration[www.sonycreativesoftware.com] here on the official Sony Creative Software website.
The other choice you could use for making your videos is Windows Media Video (.wmv)
Windows Media Video creates a slightly different look to Mainconcept, which some people may prefer. The colours are a little more muted with this codec, however it does hold onto small detail in any dark and shadowy areas of your video.
One dis-advantage of Windows Media Video is that it is extremely CPU intensive when rendering.
So it takes a lot of juice and time to render this codec out. You will also need a fair amount of RAM (memory) installed if you intend to render full 1080p video with WMV.
On lower powered computers with not enough memory, it can just keel over and die halfway through rendering.
Rendering to an Interent Template does not limit you to just uploading it to a website. You can also use this format for playback on your computer.
- No Edit Lists (or the video might not get processed correctly)
- moov atom at the front of the file (Fast Start)
- Channels: Stereo or Stereo + 5.1
- Sample rate 96khz or 48khz
- Progressive scan (no interlacing)
- High Profile
- 2 consecutive B frames
- Closed GOP.
GOP of half the frame rate.
- Variable bitrate. No bitrate limit required, though we offer recommended bit rates below for reference
- Chroma subsampling: 4:2:0
Content should be encoded and uploaded in the same frame rate it was recorded.
Common frame rates include: 24, 25, 30, 48, 50, 60 frames per second (other frame rates are also acceptable).
Interlaced content should be deinterlaced before uploading.
For example, 1080i60 content should be deinterlaced to 1080p30, going from 60 interlaced fields per second to 30 progressive frames per second.
The bitrates below are recommendations for uploads.
Audio playback bitrate is not related to video resolution.
- Recommended video bitrates for uploads
- Recommended audio bitrates for uploads
Learn how to use resolution and aspect ratios correctly.[support.google.com]
(24, 25, 30)
(48, 50, 60)
This tutorial will teach you how to set up Sony Vegas Pro for rendering/exporting 1080p or 720p HD Video suitable for YouTube.
I hope that has helped you, leave a comment below if you have any suggestions, thanks!
- This[www.moviestudiozen.com] article written by Derek Moran[www.moviestudiozen.com].
- Special thanks to ''DarthWound'', ''hlsavior'', ''Patrick McKenna'', ''Dave Osbun'' and ''John Rofrano''.