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Anyone here who uses Vegas 7 and Fraps? I take my captured video from VC and edit in there sometimes, but I don't know what I should render(save) it as. Currently I use Videos for Windows (.avi) with the NTSC Template.

 

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Audio: 48,000 Hz, 16 Bit, Stereo, PCM Uncompressed.

Video: 29.97 fps, 720x480, Lower field first

 

When I render/save my videos, they have a "moist" look if that sounds right. The colors are a bit saturated, if that's the right terminology.

 

http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e382/td5k/123d47f1.jpg <-- Original

http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e382/td5k/ae847030.jpg <-- New

 

Any help would be appreciated.

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Have you tried saving as an mpeg1 or mpeg2 to see if it gets rid of the "moist" effect. Are these videos just to watch later or are you going to use them in another program? I watched a "moist" video last night, but that's a different story ph34r.gif

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See if you have an option for Motion JPEG (M-JPEG). It is a good compromise between file size and quality. You'll have the same quality loss as with JPEG compression on screenshots, and it will take up a lot less space than raw AVI. Plus, the encoding speed would be pretty good. Later, you can convert it to whatever you like.

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Well I'm using Vegas for the effects, mostly, and so I'll take edit scenes in Vegas, encode, and then used the finished vid in my other movie editor. But thanks for the mpeg, tip, I'll test it out later and see if it gets rid of that moist look. wink.gif

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