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Vegas pro 9 and 5dmk2 .. how to optimize for web? Help..

 
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May 19, 2009 16:59 |  #1

Here is the deal, I know nothing about video and I'm quite lost..

#1 Is there a tutorial that explains in detail how the mechanics work when using the 5D for video

#2 I'm using vegas pro 9 .. What are some good ways to save my .mov files to retain a decent looking HD rendering on the web?

I having fun playing around and would like to share some of my clips with family members but I would like to keep them decent quality..

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Jun 04, 2009 01:51 |  #2

convert your .mov to another format like avi, mpeg2, mpeg4, ect... then edit inside your vegas if you want to jazz it up. if you just want to upload it to the web, just convert and uplaod.

web looks for 1280x720.


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Jun 08, 2009 06:55 |  #3

Is it possible to do the conversion without re-encoding anything, sort of "direct stream copy"? (if I'm using the correct terms) Like going from MOV to AVI/MPG, using the same, unmodified content. Or is the re-encoding unavoidable?

I'm thinking that since re-encoding is a bit more complex operation, it would take much longer, and probably degrade the quality somewhat. (even though this could be minimized by changing the encoding settings high enough)


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Jun 08, 2009 10:41 |  #4

you simply use AliveHD or Xilisoft HD converter and convert it to another format.


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Jun 09, 2009 07:34 |  #5

A free tool MPEG Steamclip 1.2 converts 5D MOV's to AVI really well (needs also Quicktime installed). Get it from http://www.squared5.co​m/ (external link)


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