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MarkMorbidity

Missing Render Settings And Weird Static When Recording

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Hello I just made an account in here and well I will apologize in advance if anyone already posted the same issues i have.

But I been watching people's "render settings" in youtube using video wave and their quality looks better than mine.

I usually end up setting it as "Same quality" one or i got with the Ipad 720p option.

The videos I see of people with their render settings have more options to choose from than what I got.

Here is a screenshot http://gyazo.com/9111704a70dd96c699d55b8b433ddf5b below are the Window Media 9 options..

I seen some of them have like some blu ray option or more AVC options than what I got. Some i seen have a render settings with some divx stuff.. If this are downloaded settings or codecs could anyone link me to them or have a tutorial on how to install them?

 

Also as for my other issue. When I have my ps3 ready to record on my preview screen you get alot of pixel stuff and it just looks like the image is blocky... like this. http://gyazo.com/b53b3242783cdc3da6b0eecbacb0e270 so if it shows up like that on the preview screen before i record it shows up on the recorded video also.. could it be my component cables?

 

I am mostly concerned about the missing render options right now.. the blocky pixel stuff doesnt happen as often.

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Your links don't work... Posting a pic here is a lot easier than trying to do it the way you did, info HERE

 

The Render Options available depend on the type of Project you start with ;)

 

These are the choices available for the type of Project you Start with and the resulting options:

 

4:3:

post-39730-0-91844800-1362315466_thumb.jpg

 

16:9:

post-39730-0-76620400-1362315462_thumb.jpg

 

You cannot change the Aspect Ratio of a Project :huh: Make sure you pick it right Before you start ^_^

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Your links don't work... Posting a pic here is a lot easier than trying to do it the way you did, info HERE

 

The Render Options available depend on the type of Project you start with ;)

 

These are the choices available for the type of Project you Start with and the resulting options:

 

4:3:

post-39730-0-91844800-1362315466_thumb.jpg

 

16:9:

post-39730-0-76620400-1362315462_thumb.jpg

 

You cannot change the Aspect Ratio of a Project :huh: Make sure you pick it right Before you start ^_^

 

 

 

I apologize for the messed up links... somehow they got merged with some of the words i typed... but either way. All my projects are made in 16:9 though.

Still get the few options like the 4:3 you posted.. I don't see options like the blu ray etc etc even if i am in a 16:9 project.

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You have the same thing I do...

 

NOTHING in render can make it better than the Source???

 

Right Click your source file and look at Properties - Details...

 

What do have?

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You have the same thing I do...

 

NOTHING in render can make it better than the Source???

 

Right Click your source file and look at Properties - Details...

 

What do have?

 

I don't got the blu ray options and i dont got the AVCHD options either. and this is in the 16:9 project file.

 

 

This is what i got for my details on the source

====Video====

Type: video

Data Rate: 9680 kbps

Length of video 2:33

 

Frame Size: 720x480

Frame Rate: 59.95

Compression: sonic AVC/H.264 Video Decoder

 

=====audio=====

 

Format: 16bit 48000 Hz, Stereo

Compression Sonic AAC Decoder

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You have a Standard Defination file, VW will not output it as HD...

 

Goes back to the Settings on your game console - the Game itself (must be HD) and of course the Profile you choose for capture.

 

While you are checking on those things, click Win-Pause and tell us your Windows Performance Index number. (we are hoping to see something in the, High 3's and up ;) )

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Well i am on the ps3.. and well i am forced to use composite cables and well when i set it up to use the component it gives me choices to check like 420p,720,1080p,1080i <-- i leave that one unchecked. Because that's what the instructions of the booklet said to do for the ps3 users.

I record call of duty gameplay and I know that is HD. So i don't know what's going on right now. I will try messing with the console settings when I get back home. I am currently at my cousins so I will reply back when I can. =]

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Please clarify what type of cable you are you using to connect the PS3 to the Capture card.

 

You talk about " forced to use Composite" .

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Well i am on the ps3.. and well i am forced to use composite cables and well when i set it up to use the component it gives me choices to check like 420p,720,1080p,1080i <-- i leave that one unchecked. Because that's what the instructions of the booklet said to do for the ps3 users.

I record call of duty gameplay and I know that is HD. So i don't know what's going on right now. I will try messing with the console settings when I get back home. I am currently at my cousins so I will reply back when I can. =]

What is "it"??? :huh:

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Also what i meant by glitchy pixelated stuff i meant this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90vyMKvn7vs

could it my component wires? I bought them brand new also.

I remember this issue... Try putting your bitrate to around 10k-8k. All of my gameplays used to be glitchy and whatnot and doing so fixed my problem.

 

Leave a reply once you tried it out.

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