how to render for LED T.V

jasmohan-k wrote on 7/28/2019, 12:30 PM

my footage r 1920x1080p with 50p from sony and canon cameras

please guide me what is render format for playable with many T.V. from pen drive usb stick

i am rendering Mazix AVC/AAC mp4 with AMD vce engine

i render in 9 Mb bit rate with 50p 1980x1080 resolution and 1 hour video length approx. 3.90gb

my question is please guide me how to render for it can playable almost to any T.V .

because this format not support for many

i try mpeg .ts also this is also not playable.

please....

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j-v wrote on 7/28/2019, 12:51 PM

First look in the manual of the disired TV you want to play your footage on what is possible.

How will you play it on the TV, with a file on a fileholder as Memorystick, harddrive, or DVD player, BlueRay player and so on?
To almost any TV looks to me impossible without a inside or outside videoplayer and the ones at which it is possible are dependent to how old and good that TV is.
The TV of my signature plays every possible renderoption with the latest programs as far as that are internet playable files.

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fr0sty wrote on 7/28/2019, 1:59 PM

I see you're trying to plug USB memory sticks into LED smart TVs and they won't play the files from Vegas... Let's try this. Change the VCE encode type to Mainconcept (or just select one of the Magix AVC 1080p 25fps render templates that does not say VCE next to it). This makes Vegas use a different encoder, which, while it may be a bit slower to encode, may be compatible with these TVs. If this fails, try the Sony AVC templates.
 

Rednroll wrote on 7/28/2019, 2:32 PM

I mainly watch HD movies on my Samsung LED TVs played by connecting a USB HDD or USB stick plugged into one of the TV's USB ports. I have never owned a BluRay player or any Bluray discs. USB HDD, playing HD video files has been my alternative since Bluray came out. I own 8 different Samsung TVs from multiple generations. I have been doing this for quite a few years now. I've run into many "Codec" not supported issues over the years when downloading files over that time.

My general observations and take them with a grain of salt since I get confused with most of the video terminologies and what they mean. I just look at the video's codec info using VLC media player and here's my general observations as far as what plays back and what doesn't. Typically anything encoded using MPEG H264 8bit will playback at any bitrate. So when I render video from Vegas, I look for a preset that supports that and then tweak away some. Anything Mainconcept, Magix AVC or Sony AVC using H264 encoding tend to work. If you encode in 10bit that won't play back on the TV and will through a "Codec not supported error" when trying to play. Also H265 seems to becoming more and more popular lately where that won't playback as well. I'm constantly using Handbrake to re-encode files anytime I download a video file with H265 or 10bit encoding.

Audio format, AAC, AC3, and MP3 tend to playback without problems.

When it comes to file format containers, MP4 and MKV I've had the best luck with as far as being supported.

Resolution size, I haven't had any problems, the TV will re-scale it to a size if it doesn't natively support it.

 

 

Musicvid wrote on 7/28/2019, 2:41 PM

Make your video 25p and see if it plays.

jasmohan-k wrote on 7/28/2019, 5:59 PM

hi red n roll

ur mean i need to set bit rate maximum 8 mb

it shoud be below

from 8 mb

i wil try

thnks

 

Rednroll wrote on 7/28/2019, 10:34 PM

Make your video 25p and see if it plays.

Yet another video term I don't understand...25p...50p. Just when I think I'm getting closer to understanding some of these terms, here comes another one. 😆

Why can't this be as simple as audio?

"my question is please guide me how to render <audio> for it can playable almost to any T.V ."

Simple:

.WAV format Stereo 16bit/44.1Khz PCM for uncompressed audio, doesn't matter who's encoder you use.

.MP3 format Stereo 16 bit/44.1Khz @320kbps constant bitrate for compressed audio with best sound quality, doesn't matter who's encoder you use.

No further 20 question and answers needed. 😄

jasmohan-k wrote on 7/29/2019, 2:43 PM

Yet another video term I don't understand...25p...50p. Just when I think I'm getting closer to understanding some of these terms, here comes another one. 😆

the main reason ot render in same frame rate preserve smooth motion. i am very sure when u render 50 frame footage to 25 frame .it become more jerky while camera is panning.

here 25p-& 50p is frame rate i am talking.

i just want any body please tell me what maximum i can keep bit rate. because as high bit rate the quality is there.

2nd mu main issue is i again make dvd from this render file.

so i want such format to render which i can directly playback to tv. and make my dvd in dvd burning software

i am using for dvd -- ( dvd styler app ) - this di not took to much time.

thanks..

j-v wrote on 7/29/2019, 3:08 PM

i just want any body please tell me what maximum i can keep bit rate. because as high bit rate the quality is there.

That depends on the codec you use to render.
The older ones as the mpeg2 codec you want to use to render fast to a dvd has a low limit for bitrate because it it an old codec that compresses not so much as modern codecs as AVC and HEVC that mostly are used to play on a TV.
AVC (h.264 codec) and HEVX (h.265 codec) can go to pretty high bitrates for Full HD, 4K( video dimensions 2x high and 2x wide of FHD), etc

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