After i render a video using all the correct settings (changing the encode mode to CPU only,Resample Disabled for every clip, and using correct render settings), The video plays the correct audio but only shows one screen per clip instead of a fluid video in some cases or in one setting (The best i could get it), the footage shakes violently periodically throughout the video until later it turns into a single screen or frame.
Here's the link to my video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pja2w4dlbPc&feature=youtu.be
-I have tried almost every single type of rendering for hours on end and none seem to work.
-This is for a Spanish Project i need to have done by the end of this week.
-I have an excellent computer with 10 GB RAM, 3.3GHz so you'd think it would work.
-The original content was videotaped in very good quality on a Sony Cybershot: Model dsc-h20
If i put this in the wrong section then i am sorry and I'll move it to the right section.
Any comments or suggestions would be very much appreciated.
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Hmm well now that i look back on what i did, the videos from my camera could not be placed in Sony Vegas Pro and said this error: "None of the files dropped on Vegas Pro 11 could be opened." So in order to fix this i used a program called Avidemux 2.6 to convert my videos to be compatible with Vegas Pro 11. I used http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfUJEeMHv3g to do this. It worked but perhaps that could have done it?
@aedipuss:I did try rendering a single clip but had the same results.
@TreeTops: All of them fit the screen its just these settings that worked the best. The other settings only shows 3 or 4 screens the entire video.
@poisondeathray: I tried that via http://forums.adobe.com/thread/891337 with no success. :/
Wow Thanks soo much poisondeathray!
I think you just saved my life for spanish!
It works fine since i disabled cpu acceleration.
Thanks everyone for all the quick feedback and excellent advice!
If you know some spanish and want to see the whole embarrassing video here it is!
Hey is that an animated GIF?
I bought the software to make those and haven't got to it yet. I see you made a loop. This is a classic example of the problem with looping a random sequence.
I found a solution to that. It's so simple, I didn't believe it myself.
Last edited by budwzr; 15th May 2013 at 23:09.
Dang! That's it.
That really works great on "symmetrical" motions, or where bi-lateral motion stays in the x-axis.
Last edited by budwzr; 16th May 2013 at 00:04.
Yah, nice one. Now you're puttin' a ten dollar cut on it.