Question Video is not rendering properly.

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Video is not rendering properly. was created by jerryswinger











so confused and frustrated with this program
02 Aug 2020 08:28 #1

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Replied by mmcswnavy24 on topic Video is not rendering properly.

You do realize that your "Project Properties" are set to 1842 x 2160, but then trying to "Render Out" to a 1920 x 1080 format?

Plus, it would be helpful to other Forum members who may wish to assist if you provided other relevant information such as:

1. Build number of Movie Studio 17 (we can see it is Platinum)

2. What is the "Source" footage properties/size (use MediaInfo if needed - can get free download at Mediaarea.net), where did it come from, etc.?

3. Exactly what do you mean by "Video is not rendering properly"?

4. Is it a problem with "Hardware"? So, having computer specifications would be helpful as well (actually, put them within your profile as a "Signature").

5. Are you Running Windows 10 (build/version - again, put in "Signature")?

There's some great contributors here in this Forum, but none of us have that "Magic Crystal Ball".
Asus X399-e ROG Strix /2950X/64 GB Corsair/XFX Radeon VII/SoundBlaster Zx/Win 10 Pro 64-Bit. Vegas Pro 17 Edit/Vegas MSP 16 Suite/SoundForge Studio 12.6/Magix Xara Photo & Graphics Design/Hitfilm Express 14. Intel 750 PCIe with OS & Apps, Samsung 960 & 970 1TB EVO PCIe for source footage.
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02 Aug 2020 09:19 #2

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Replied by DoctorZen on topic Video is not rendering properly.

If you would like help, please explain with WORDS what is the problem.

1842 x 2160 is not a standard video frame size.

Do you want your rendered video to be in Landscape Format or Portrait Format ?

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02 Aug 2020 11:19 #3

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