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Video Rendering

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Adam Vaughan, Sep 25, 2011.

  1. Hey, basically Im putting up live gameplay vids off several games with members from RD (Chris Butcher, Toby Davis and maybe Ryan Callan).

    Iv got myself Sony Vegas and Im just wondering what is the best way to render the video to maintain quality but reduce the file size. Im very new to this and Im starting from the bottom and basically just messing around with settings at the moment.

    Any help would be apriciated :D
  2. A couple of samples.

    Part 1:
  3. Part 2:
  4. Battlefield Bad Company 2 commentary so please watch guys and give us some feedback on the quality etc. Watch in 720p :D

  5. Erik Tveit

    Erik Tveit
    I can haz cookie?

    Oi guys, you're pretty good at Bad Company!

    Nice video. :)
  6. Toby Screaming - "HELP, Help, help" and "OMG OMG OMG OMG We are going to die" was so funny.

    Now we know what THR do when they aren't sim-racing. :p
  7. Remember to like the video guys and subscribe if you wana see more :p

    Edit: A new video will be out tomorrow featuring Toby and the mighty Butchie :D. I will post the link here.
  8. New Video up. The FPS drops in the middle of the video for about 40 seconds, no idea why this happened but it occurred when recording. Again please watch in 720p :D

  9. There are some moment were Toby makes me laugh hard. :p
  10. These are my settings, note that you'll need a fair amount of HDD space available (roughly 100gb depending on length of the video).

    When rendering go to ".avi" and then default template (uncompressed) and use these settings:

    Download a free program called Easy H.264, and use the settings 29.97/59.94 fps (depending on what you rendered at, and render at what you record at) and choose Brassemmense HD 720p (Big). Click start encoding and a few minutes later you're done ^_^ I know it sounds like a little bit of work but this quality is amazing and relatively small file size when it's done encoding, the uncompressed file it massive.
  11. Thanks for that, Ill give that a try, I did read a little on the program Easy H.264 so will post the results when Iv rendered using that :D
  12. I stopped playing those games few years ago. If am I going for an action game, I play mostly ArmA, or OFP (by Bohemia Interactive, not the new Codemaster)... they at least give me some feel of reality :)

    But to the videos, very good quality. I must say I like that, it reminds me times when I used to play CoD etc. :)
  13. Thanks for the feedback Ondrej, really helps me out just an outside view of how watch-able the content is etc. Another Video will be up in about an hour and will be rendered using the program that was recommended above :D
  14. Rendered using the method in a couple of posts above. Watch in 720p guys and give us a like :D.

  15. You guys should do a BF3 Game play. :)
  16. Short and sweet, this is a funny one and some BF3 gameplay for ya. (watch in 720p + full screen to see "the legs".

  17. Thank you [​IMG] Chris Preston, you realy hellped me a lot.:)

    My first upload (-> 720p):

  18. New BF3 Video where Butchie starts to rage, please watch in 1080p and like and comment chaps :D

  19. Testing some settings which failed :p

    Subscribe because Ill be banging out the BF3 videos when its out :D
  20. New Video :D, Please Like and watch in 720p :p