Solved HTML5 Video render

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HTML5 Video render was created by electrohead

Curious if VP 16 can render clips in formats needed for HTML5? I haven't been able to find a way to do that.
09 Jul 2019 07:49 #1

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Replied by DoctorZen on topic HTML5 Video render

This article explains what you need to know:
designcoral.com/tips/what-formats-are-needed-to-publish-html5-videos/

Before HTML5 was introduced, most Video on the Internet was converted to .flv Flash Video.
Regular .mp4 H.264 video is supported by HTML5.

If you are using an older version of Vegas, you will be rendering to Mainconcept AVC/AAC.
If you are using a newer version of Vegas, you will be rendering to MAGIX AVC/AAC.
Both of these formats are compatible with HTML5.
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09 Jul 2019 11:37 #2

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Replied by electrohead on topic HTML5 Video render

I understand the nuts and bolts of HTML5 video. My question was asking if I can tell VP 16 to render a video clip in mp4, WebM and Ogg in one batch, so that I can prepare my clips for HTML? Or is VP even able to render to WebM and Ogg?

DoctorZen wrote: This article explains what you need to know:
designcoral.com/tips/what-formats-are-needed-to-publish-html5-videos/

Before HTML5 was introduced, most Video on the Internet was converted to .flv Flash Video.
Regular .mp4 H.264 video is supported by HTML5.

If you are using an older version of Vegas, you will be rendering to Mainconcept AVC/AAC.
If you are using a newer version of Vegas, you will be rendering to MAGIX AVC/AAC.
Both of these formats are compatible with HTML5.

09 Jul 2019 12:27 #3

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Replied by DoctorZen on topic HTML5 Video render

Obviously you can render to .mp4 using Vegas Pro.
You can also render to Ogg Vorbis .ogg

WebM is a an open source format mainly used by YouTube.
You cannot render to WebM (VP8) with Vegas Pro.

I have a question for you.
Why do you want to render to specialised YouTube formats ?
It is very unusual for anyone to ask this, because you're talking about the server side of video hosting websites like YouTube and Vimeo.
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09 Jul 2019 18:42 #4

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Replied by electrohead on topic HTML5 Video render

Creating web pages that have video clips, and I want to make sure that all devices, browsers, etc. are covered.

DoctorZen wrote: Obviously you can render to .mp4 using Vegas Pro.
You can also render to Ogg Vorbis .ogg

WebM is a an open source format mainly used by YouTube.
You cannot render to WebM (VP8) with Vegas Pro.

I have a question for you.
Why do you want to render to specialised YouTube formats ?
It is very unusual for anyone to ask this, because you're talking about the server side of video hosting websites like YouTube and Vimeo.

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