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Monday, 13 September 2010

YouTube HD settings for Sony Vegas 9 Pro

This post may be of use to those people that use Sony Vegas 9 Pro for making videos in HD 720p mode for YouTube. I have done some screen grabs of the settings I use in this program.
This is using Sony Vegas Pro version 9.0E running on Windows 7

Here are the settings I use :
 From scratch, assuming you have some HD footage loaded and ready....
Goto File dropdown menu and select "Render as".
Change "Save as type:" to Windows Media Video V11 (*.wmv)
Change the templace to 5Mbps HD 720-25p video.

Project Settings panel.
The template must match the source media that you are using, if its video clips then you click on the yellow folder icon to the far right of the "Template:" field and select one of the video files.
Select Best for Full-resolution rendering quality.

Custom Settings panel - Audio
These settings give great consistant results.

Custom Settings panel - VideoThese are the settings for a standard 25FPS video.

Custom Settings panel -Bit Rate

Personally I find that 9Mbps gives good results.

These settings are for producing YouTube videos that are 1280 x 720 pixels at 25 Frames Per Second.
If I am using .mp4 video footage from my Toshiba Cameo Pro video camera then I use a frame rate of 29.

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