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j-v wrote on 4/16/2019, 5:37 PM

@e-r

1 You are able to place screenshots and video directly into your posts or comments on this forum by use this button

2. Your screenshots says nothing about your video except the dimensions of it.
To see all the properties of that file for knowing the right rendertemplate you can use MediaInfo, a free app, look here how to publish here: https://www.vegascreativesoftware.info/us/forum/faq-how-to-post-mediainfo-and-vegas-pro-file-properties--104561/

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Musicvid wrote on 4/16/2019, 6:36 PM

The capability to smart-render in Vegas exists for some AVI and MPG2 sources only. Unfortunately, the abbreviated properties you provided tell us nothing about the encoder / container format you have.

From the VP14.211 help:

Smart Rendering

When you render video to any of the following formats, unedited video frames are passed through without recompression (smart rendering):

DV AVI

DV MXF

IMX MXF (IMX 24p MXF is not supported for no-recompress rendering)

XAVC Intra MXF

HD MXF

MPEG-2 (for files such as those from HDV and DVD camcorders)

Panasonic P2

XDCAM EX supports smart rendering across the following formats:

SP 18.3 Mbps CBR 1280x720p to/from XDCAM EX and HDV HD-1

SP 25 Mbps CBR 1440x1080i to/from XDCAM EX, XDCAM HD, and HDV HD-2

HQ 35 Mbps VBR 1440x1080 to/from XDCAM EX and XDCAM HD

HQ 35 Mbps VBR 1280x720p to/from XDCAM EX

HQ 35 Mbps VBR 1920x1080 to/from XDCAM EX

In order to perform smart rendering, the width, height, frame rate, field order, profile, level, and bit rate of the source media, project settings, and rendering template must match. Frames that have effects, compositing, or transitions applied will be rendered.

You can clear the Enable no-recompress rendering check box on the General tab of the Preferences dialog to turn the feature off.

EricLNZ wrote on 4/16/2019, 9:01 PM

Vegas Movie Studio smart rendering is more limited than Vegas Pro shown in Musicvid's post.

I don't know about VMS13 but the following is from VMS16Platinum's Help screen: