I've been editing videos for a couple of years now, I used to have no problems at all with rendering except for the time it takes, everything's been pretty good. After making videos for while I started to shoot with better cameras to get better videos, I used to use Canon T2i and now I'm using the new Canon 70D. The new videos that I have problem with are 1080p 30fps videos, I use Sony Vegas to do the editing and rendering, and I noticed that I had to render the same video 6 times last time to get the best result, this was a 5 minute video and I had choppy parts in all different places for each of the video, it was til the 6th time that I got a perfect version where everything was nice and smooth.
The video output I use is Internet HD 1080p
The specs on my PC:
- Windows 7 Pro
- Intel Core i7-2600K CPU @3.40GHz
- 8.00 GB Memory
- NVIDIA Quadro 600 Video Card
Is there something wrong with my computer? Maybe I need to clean up my PC? or is there something wrong with my video card? Maybe get a better video card?
Please give me any suggestions, thanks!
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Rendering 6 times doesn't make sense. Are you using a different output format each time you render? I use Vegas Movie Studio on a laptop that has less capabilities than your computer and I have no problem rendering 1080i. 1080p does take more computer power to render but your computer specs should be OK. I think your problem is the type of video that the canons produce. Isn't it in MOV format? There are some experts here that should be able to help further.Courage is being scared to death --- and saddling up anyway. 'John Wayne'
i use vegas with footage from a 60d and a 4ti with no problems at all. maybe make sure your vegas is updated to the latest 12 pro release. i'd make sure to use cpu rendering only as the gpu can cause problems with some effects.--
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