Which is better ?

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Postby Dragmire » Sat Nov 26, 2016 6:15 pm

I just wanted to know, which format is better ? Avi, Mp4(MP4 make my game bug so dount count it) or Mp4NVENC ?

Also is it better to export Avi to MP4NVENC then put it in Sony Vegas or directly record with MP4NVENC format ?

I also noticed that when I render Avi with Sony Vegas, the final render looks worst while when i render MP4NVENC and render it with Sony Vegas it looks better.

I have a lot of questions but that will do for the moment.

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Postby radi » Thu Dec 01, 2016 1:45 pm

All formats have its advantages. Go with AVI if you are planning to edit your video footage. It produces almost loss-less video quality, but produces big files size. MP4 provides better recording performance (less resources are consumed) and the file size is smaller, but since it's compressed to H.264 or H.265 the quality is worse than in AVI. Not much, but it is.
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Postby Dragmire » Thu Dec 01, 2016 6:54 pm

Okay, so for Youtube Avi is useless, and MP4 is the way to go (compressed to H.264) ?

Also i wanted to know, if I put an the same video, one is Avi format and the other is MP4, the final render will look the same as it uses Sony Vegas render configuration right ?
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Postby eeww » Thu Apr 13, 2017 5:59 am

i think mp4 is better because avi or other formats have their own limitation
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