Finding the perfect software for your non-linear editing is one work, knowing the best render setting for your software is another.
Sony Vegas is the fastest NLE you are bound to find. It is one video editing software that works perfectly on any standard Windows computer across a wide range of hardware, not needing any specialized hardware to operate efficiently.
Sony Vegas is the perfect choice for fast, efficient, and professional video production. It gives total creative freedom to your editing and post-production. It consistently delivers beautiful results allowing both the super busy professional and the everyday enthusiast to enjoy unlimited creativity.
Its post-production keeps getting stronger, with image compositing and finishing, sophisticated compositing, VFX, particle generation, video, and audio editing, and many more high classed features that allows you to have seamless workflow and an accelerated production helping you achieve a smooth job from the start to the finish.
Additional features based on AI and new hardware acceleration technology, Sony Vegas is on constant evolution, seeing to it that you have the latest tools you need for your Best quality and fastest editing.
It is one of the few NLEs with the ability to convert other formats to 24p or any format to any other format without plugins or third-party application support. It is the only principal NLE that allows multiple instances of the application to be opened simultaneously, also allowing for the copying and pasting of clips and sequences. For its compositing and motion graphics, it supplies a wide toolset that includes a 3D track motion compositing with over z-depth and spatial arrangements of visual planes including the plane intersection.
Most of its visual effects processing follows an audio-like paradigm and the effect can be applied at any stage of the visual signal flow. With Vegas, you can easily control and manipulate master output effect overtime but the use of master Bus track automation envelopes.
Best Render Setting for Sony Vegas
A video is usually rendered when you want your video to playback in real-time with all the effects, layers, coloring, multiple audios, track, little stuttering in place. Before you begin to render your video, you want to make sure that you have the best render setting up on your video editing software.
The first thing you want to check is to make sure that the video you want to render is highlighted on the timeline.
Your starting template should be HD 1080-60i (1920×1080, 29.970 fps) for best results and afterward, you should look at setting the frame rate to 60fps. Usually, the closest available option is 59.940 but you can type in 60.000manually ss an override. Following this, you should set your full resolution to render quality to best, motion blue to Gaussian, and deinterlace method configured for blend fields. Set resample mode to disable resample.
Remember to set up Sony AVC/MVC>Internet 1920×1080-30p. After setting that up, click on the customize template.
The next thing you should do is give a suitable name to your new template and save.
With the above carefully implemented, you should get good quality video output.