Are your PNGs aligned exactly to the frames on the timeline? How are you importing them into your project? If the PNGs cross frame boundaries then Vegas will blend adjacent images together to create the output frames.
or broken into these 3 files:
00-300 frames secret..> 16-Mar-2016 17:42 200M
301-500 frames secre..> 16-Mar-2016 17:26 132M
501-760 frames secre..> 16-Mar-2016 18:12 180M
please reply steps,settings you used. thanks!!
wrote on 3/28/2016, 4:40 PM
Check this out, there are some compression artificacts because I am using a low bitrate MP4 and youtube likes to chew on it a bit and there is a lot of detail in your video.
If the blurring looks less, I will give the details on the edit and render.
wrote on 3/28/2016, 5:16 PM
Here are all of the frames at your original resolution, which is an odd resolution. What is your intended final product?
YouTube does not like this resolution, let me make it a standard size.
wrote on 3/28/2016, 5:44 PM
I rendered your files to a 720 x 480 widescreen uncompressed video. There is so much detail in your graphics that it looks compressed. If a DVD is your final destination, you should try rendering your PNGS to 720 x 480 so that other programs do not have to stretch or compress your images.
your tries look better than my last try at 60fps >.<
wrote on 3/28/2016, 7:58 PM
An NTSC DVD is 720 x 480. Even if it is a wider aspect video (letterboxed) the video including the letterbox is 720 x 480. It would help to retain quality by creating your PNGs at 720 x 480 with the letterbox as part of it.
I will try 60FPS and see what it looks like.
wrote on 3/28/2016, 8:03 PM
Okay, now I get the motion blur. An NTSC DVD is 29.97fps, If I make a 60fps timeline and render to 29.97, it gets blurred.
You have to stay in NTSC standard (or PAL if that is your source and goal) to retain the quality.