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    Problems with Sony Vegas

    Hello everyone! Well I'm having an ongoing problem with editing my footage.

    I capture with the bought Fraps at 1080p full screen 30 FPS. My raw footage looks flawless and amazing.

    As soon as I import my Fraps footage and render out in the best youtube quality with My trial version of Sony Vegas Movie Studio 12 I get a HUGE quality loss.

    I originally started with my old Adobe Premiere Elements 9 and kept getting the same Issue so I decided to try it in a trial version of Sony Vegas before I bought the program.

    Ive made sure everything is correct in not only my project settings but also my render out settings and i get a crazy quality loss.

    Example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gcd0AVwHwP4

    I feel like I'm the only one getting this problem and would love some feedback.

    Thanks

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    Render with the following settings:

    Frame rate: 30 FPS
    Project Resolution: 1920*1080 (1080p)
    Interlace: None
    Video bitrate: 6,000,000 bits per second (6Mb/s)
    Audio bitrate: 192,000 bits per second (192 kb/s)
    Format: .mp4
    Codec: Sony AAC .mp4

    Give newly uploaded videos a day or two to get the 1080p/original setting processed, sometimes it takes a while for youtube to get it running.

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    Ill give it a try and get back to you

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    I don't have a preset that is lets me chose .mp4 <br>
    and do i need to DL the Sony AAC mp4 codec I also don't have that.

    http://imageshack.us/a/img163/6806/mp4b.jpg

    http://imageshack.us/a/img571/1452/codeco.jpg

    http://imageshack.us/a/img37/979/codec2r.jpg

    I dont know if this is because of A trial version. ill also try with Abobe

    *edit also would like to note that the quality loss is not from uploading to youtube but the actual file after done exporting out of Sony Vegas is bad quality

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    Ah sorry, mistyped, is the sony AVC codec. See the attached picture for my settings.

    sony vegas.jpg

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    Same results as before
    Could it be something with me bringing in the files? I have tried both dragging in and using the "get media" feature.
    It seems to me that I get the quality loss from bringing in the files. when I watch it in Adobe I already notice a quality loss? is this possible and how do I fix?

    These were the closest I could get to your Settings.
    http://imageshack.us/a/img221/1251/sonyavc.jpg

    http://imageshack.us/a/img402/8697/sonyavcmp4.jpg

    would also like to note that I have read and confermed on the Adobe forums that Fraps footage does not like Elements that's why I wanted to try Vegas

    If I could upload my raw footage to youtube quickly I would so you could do a side by side. but its like almost night and day difference but as you know raw fraps footage is huge.

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    Have you gone into the project properties and made sure it is set to 1080p/30fps/progressive scan (should be a button above the preview window)?

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    http://imageshack.us/a/img854/2503/p...properties.jpg

    Yes I have (I cant change to exactly 30 fps) but I don't think that .030 fps would make the quality this bad

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