Both clips have a lot of movements. I am afraid the transition has a bug. So if you create a video you have to render and check all those transitions. It makes a difference if the dancer has bright clothes. Return to posts index.
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Or better give up Vegas and switch to Premiere - what would be the very last resort? Computers started to confuse and annoy me when I was at the age of But if you do this, the resulting video will look jerky, containing eye-hurting movement.
Some more IF statements cannot vgas such a bad effect on the rendering time but a huge effect on the rendering quality.
Since there were most of the transitions correct despite a lot of movement and there was not this comb effect with small lines but bulky waves .60c a very short time I did not realize that this was an interlace problem. Would be glad for any advice.
But in any case - it was my mistake that I was not able to understand this great software correctly Interpolate Uses a single field at a time and works well for high-motion, low-detail video. Sony Vegas gets a bit useless to me becasue of this.
Which deinterlace method is set up in the project properties? This is from Vegas help: The transition gets useless because of this. Sony should think to solve this render problem with the software and not with a setting alone.
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Thank you a lot for your great help!!! It makes a difference if the dancer has bright clothes. Perhaps I have more things wrong. Deinterlace is only necessery, when your image needs vvegas be converted to progressive: But I underestimated the addiction at this time they can create and my parents just warned my of the bad girls ;- So I have many computers now but only 1 girl Hi, I'm allways happy if I can help others.
Return to posts index. Now I can stick to Vegas: I tested Premiere already There are so many conflicting opinions about this on the web so I am a bit worried now No deinterlacing occurs in the Draft and Preview video preview modes.
The result spny that at the end of the transition the second clip shows waves in the picture for a short time. A dancer with dark clothes does not cause problems.
Sony Vegas 6.0C - 3D Transitions Causing Wave Problems
So I decided to use blend fields becasue it uses both fields, so I guess I loose less image detail If I vegaw my own spin with the same clips and the same lenght there are no waves at all - but his is a lot of work Blend fields Uses contents from both fields and works well for high-detail, low-motion video. But I am not a fan of Adobe - and this started spny their Acrobat Reader - what for me is the worst standard software I know.
I didn't see any big difference in quality between the two deinterlace method. Sorry for vehas twice - it did not work at first.
The same happens with 3D Blinds Simple. In any case - it was my mistake that I was not able to understand this great software correctly Son I think there should be no field at all but the software should always render with the best settings