I'm recording with Dxtory using Lagarith. Say, one file.
Then importing that file into Vegas 13.
For this example I'm doing no editing. Resample disabled.
Then rendering that using Video for Windows, Lagarith, same settings as the original Dxtory ones.
And I don't get Smart Render.
Does anyone have a clue concerning the issue?
I'll post project settings, render settings, and Lagarith settings just in case:
Thanks in advance,
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Last edited by ValentineStone; 5th Feb 2015 at 03:54.
Welp, I checked Adobe's webpage and Premiere does not seem to do that, just like you said.
Thanks anyway, I'll have to figure out a different way of doing something like this still.
Basically what I need is rendering (and editing) an intro and an outtro and correcting the sound some for a balance between voice and music/background.
And it has to be simple enough to be fast.
Kinda like this, so since the thread is going to stay for a while suggestions are welcomed!
Lagarith is theoretically lossless. So re-encoding lagarith->lagarith, even though not technically smart rendering, should produce theoretically identical results.
edit: just tried a lag->lag in Vegas Movie Studio (v.11). Got the message "no recompression required." In other words -- smart rendering works. Make sure your source, project and export settings match.
Last edited by smrpix; 5th Feb 2015 at 08:23.
Progressive NTSC DV?
Last edited by smrpix; 6th Feb 2015 at 13:08.
Well, I tried everything, even in Studio 11, even with source recoding of that wanky fps of yours just for hecks XD
It doesn't render, in a Smart way i mean ;)
The only thing that I didn't manage to replicate is that 1280x720x24 of yours, I've got x32 there for me, but since I wasn't successful in finding out how to kick RGB24 out of Lagarith instead of RGB32 yet, I've decided to post back while I do my research.
EDIT: I'll further investigate the RGB24 issue in it's own thread, RGB32 and RGBA are some weird things O_o
Last edited by ValentineStone; 7th Feb 2015 at 03:22.
So yeah, I found the issue probably.
I can't see the issue being just x32 vs x64 algorithms, but there is one THING there, forgot to screenshoot it tough.
Its basicly one doing 93.6 bitrate and the other one doing 93.9 or 96.3 or something like that, I'll check it once I'm at home and post a screenshot of mediainfo for the files of 32 coder vs 64 coder
Your clips will not smart render because of the difference in colour depth (1280x720x24 vs 1280x720x32), just as you have noticed. I have experienced the same problem. However, your clip does in fact have the correct colour depth. Vegas is showing a wrong colour depth. This is a problem with DxTory and/or Vegas. If your clip is produced with CamStudio instead of DxTory, it will smart render because Vegas is able to detect the correct colour depth. I asked this question over on the DxTory forum, but I am not getting any feedback from the developers that can confirm or disconfirm that this is an issue with DxTory, which I believe it is.