I have this issue and I hope you can help, I am a newbie
so the case is when editing videos coming from DSLR camera Full HD and after rendering and exporting .avi the files are always very huge in size a 9 minutes video would be 90G, sometimes with more layers and editing tools, a 7 minutes video was around 15G and playing it, it was not even playing well, there must be something wrong I am doing I would like to know what it is. And also please if I get , lets say a 90G file or bigger (that doesn't play well on pc directly) is there a mean to copy the video to a blu-ray or some sort of tape would that make it play better? conserving the Full HD quality?
*how to keep the great HD quality with lower size (for projection and all)
*if the size must be that is there a way to copy the video project on a disc, tape..etc so the the video plays well?
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Now that we know where the videos came from, please describe how you are processing them to get these big AVI's. Uncompressed HD video's are indeed very large, so that's no surprise. We need more information.Our inventions are wont to be pretty toys, which distract our attention from serious things. They are but improved means to an unimproved end. -- Henry David Thoreau
What you're doing wrong -- depends. Are you done? If so, render to an appropriate format for final output. Folks here will have endless suggestions for a compressed delivery format. If it's going on a disk to be played in a player -- DVD or Blu-Ray -- you'll do it one way. If it's to go on a video-sharing 'tube site, another. It all depends on what you're trying to do.