Los mejores ajustes de renderizado de Youtube para Vegas Pro 21

Los mejores ajustes de renderizado de Youtube para Vegas Pro 21

Choosing Rendering Settings:

  • In the “Render As…” dialog, opt for MAGIX AVC/AAC MP4 for YouTube-preferred file types.
  • For Nvidia graphics card users, select Internet HD 1080p 59.94fps (NVIDIA NVENC); otherwise, choose standard 1080p 59.94fps.

Customizing Template:

  • In the right pane, click “Customize Template” below to access advanced settings.
  • In the Template section, enter a recognizable name (e.g., YouTube 1080p) and save it for future use by clicking the disk icon.

Frame Size and Profile:

  • Set the frame size to 1920×1080 and ensure “Allow source to adjust frame size” is unticked.
  • Choose the High profile for internal preset settings.

Frame Rate and Field Order:

  • Set the frame rate to 60, untick “Allow source to adjust frame rate.”
  • Always set the field order to Progressive scan, as interlaced footage is not used for YouTube.

Pixel Aspect Ratio and Reference Frames:

  • Keep the pixel aspect ratio at 1.0000, unless dealing with rare cases of non-square pixels.
  • Use two reference frames unless you are well-versed in the technical aspects of this setting.

Bitrate Settings:

  • Avoid using Constant Bit Rate; stick to Variable Bit Rate.
  • Recommended values for YouTube are 20,000,000 for the maximum and 15,000,000 for the average.

Caution on Bitrate Advice:

  • Be skeptical of advice recommending higher bitrates, especially from amateur sources in YouTube videos.
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Encoder Mode:

  • If you have an Nvidia card, ensure the Encoder mode is set to NV Encoder, leveraging graphics hardware for video encoding.

Color Space:

  • On the Project page, set the Color space to Rec.709, as it is preferred by YouTube.

Consideration of Voukoder Plugin:

  • There is an alternative option, the Voukoder plugin, offering more settings and faster rendering, but it’s suggested to familiarize yourself with standard rendering first.

Source Footage Caution:

  • Be cautious with source footage:
    • Avoid ripped YouTube videos and Variable Frame Rate (VFR) content.
    • Check the Project Media pane for details; if it says VFR or displays an unsupported codec (e.g., HEVC), issues may arise during rendering.

Final Note:

  • Rendering problems often stem from source footage; not all files that play in media players will render correctly in video editors.
  • Seek advice from reliable sources, such as forums, rather than relying on potentially misinformed YouTube content creators.

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