Help with 1080p rendering (pixelation)

diegogionid

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EDIT: at render as and then customize template at project tab i used best
and it doenst look pixelated before i render it recorded it


Hello, i have quitesome pixelation in my sony vegas when its done rendering you especcialy see it when when i move arround with the camera here is a example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bObOUL7x2Q

I tried disabling resample on properties and project properties.
profile high and main i tried
allow to adjust frame rate on and off
and at render settings i tried number of refrences frames: use deblocking frames off and on
using constant bit rate and variable bit rate

i tried using at project properties 8 bit and 32 put (full range), (video levels)

tried using 30fps and 60 fps
i mixed it up alot and alittle depending on what i tried but even after 35 tries i cant get it to work on crystal clear motion



Its not alot but for a pc with an i7-7700k, nvidia geforce gtx 1060 and 16GB ram it can handle crystal clear frames without pixelations i have seen it in other peoples videos i hope i can get some help with my settings here:






 

ShadyBrady

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YouTube compresses 1080p content to no avail. There's not much you can do about this. Some users 1080p content looks slightly better than others, and this more or less has to do with what's actually being displayed on the screen. The more colors and movement on the screen, the more compression artifacts you will see. This is why a lot of content creators stand in front of a blank canvas and are generally pretty stationary. This has less to do with you, and more to do with YouTube's compression. You will notice your videos look fine before they make it to YouTube. The only real solution to this, is to upload in higher resolutions. They use higher bit rate for 1440p and 4k. Or convince YouTube to stop destroying 1080p with absurd amounts of compression.
 

ShadyBrady

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YouTube compresses 1080p content to no avail. There's not much you can do about this. Some users 1080p content looks slightly better than others, and this more or less has to do with what's actually being displayed on the screen. The more colors and movement on the screen, the more compression artifacts you will see. This is why a lot of content creators stand in front of a blank canvas and are generally pretty stationary. This has less to do with you, and more to do with YouTube's compression. You will notice your videos look fine before they make it to YouTube. The only real solution to this, is to upload in higher resolutions. They use higher bit rate for 1440p and 4k. Or convince YouTube to stop destroying 1080p with absurd amounts of compression.
 

diegogionid

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Thanks for the reply, i noticed my video before it rendered was crystal clear but when i rendered and didnt upload it i watched it how it was but then the pixelation still was there im gonna try and use higher resolutions thanks again :)
 
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