rendering problems- large file size [ANSWER]
Posted: Sat, 24th Jun 2006, 4:28pm
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when i render in elab a movie for 12 seconds no sound 2 effects showed up as 42 mb can someone help me lower it
Posted: Sat, 24th Jun 2006, 4:32pm
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The rendered footage is uncompressed for highest quality.
Uncompressed footage takes up that much space.
Posted: Sat, 24th Jun 2006, 7:27pm
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Indeed, uncompressed footage is big. Try rendering to another codec for smaller files.
Posted: Tue, 27th Jun 2006, 12:54am
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I am one of those few people in the world that do not under stand how to do stuff with out help
With that sead i mean how do i lower the way i compress it i mean when i render it for six seconds renderd to aiv uncompressed 26.7 mb.Same thing for quicktime(mov.)
so could you tell me what to do
Posted: Tue, 27th Jun 2006, 12:58am
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You could type in "how to compress video" into google and read the sites that are coming up.
Posted: Tue, 27th Jun 2006, 1:07am
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im sorry i had to say that because theremust be a way to do it in elab
Posted: Tue, 27th Jun 2006, 1:09am
Post 7 of 10
Now be a good boy and check google...
Posted: Tue, 27th Jun 2006, 1:11am
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Posted: Tue, 27th Jun 2006, 5:49am
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Render to a DV format for smaller files. Rendering and render settings are covered in the manual.
Standard procedure is that when footage is rendered out from Elab, you will add those scenes back into the project in your editor. You need high-quality files throughout the editing process, so you deal with large files sizes. Once you have completed editing the final scenes into the project in your Editing application, and have rendered out a final version, that is the time to compress the file size into something more manageable.
And that is whey you can't render tiny file sizes straight out of Elab.
Posted: Tue, 27th Jun 2006, 1:51pm
Post 10 of 10
oh i get u now
i dident no about them