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    YouTube widescreen

    This is getting on my tits now. I occassionally record some gameplay, but I can never get it widescreen on YouTube. I can get it 720p, but it's NEVER widescreen. I record with Fraps and edit with Sony Vegas pro 9.0. Can anyone tell me the resolution I should play MW2 on, or the render settings I should use or something?

    http://www.youtube.com/user/7carrotnutta?feature=mhw5

    That's where I upload the tests and stuff, and as you can see it's not widescreen. I mean, it's not like a MAJOR issue, but I see some Call of Duty PC footage with AMAZING quality and widescreen 720p, and I just want that 8D

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    Re: YouTube widescreen

    I don't have a solution but I know somebody who might.

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    Re: YouTube widescreen

    Quote Originally Posted by Jessica
    This is getting on my tits now. I occassionally record some gameplay, but I can never get it widescreen on YouTube. I can get it 720p, but it's NEVER widescreen. I record with Fraps and edit with Sony Vegas pro 9.0. Can anyone tell me the resolution I should play MW2 on, or the render settings I should use or something?

    http://www.youtube.com/user/7carrotnutta?feature=mhw5

    That's where I upload the tests and stuff, and as you can see it's not widescreen. I mean, it's not like a MAJOR issue, but I see some Call of Duty PC footage with AMAZING quality and widescreen 720p, and I just want that 8D
    The settings, when you start creating a video, should be widescreen. Oh, and in the video clip, the 'Event Pan/Crop' should be set to '16:9 Widescreen TV aspect ratio'. The render settings could be found in Youtube. There are a lot of instructions to follow for the render settings :[

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    Re: YouTube widescreen

    by widescreen do you mean fullscreen?
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    Re: YouTube widescreen

    Quote Originally Posted by Slippie
    by widescreen do you mean fullscreen?
    No, I mean widescreen.

    Alright, I set it to 16:9 and recorded in 16:9, but it crops a bit off of the top and a bit off of the bottom. Normally wouldn't be too much of an issue, but that's like, half the radar and the scores at the bottom.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXs5snPW ... r_embedded

    It's recorded fullscreen, in 16:9 widescreen with a 1440x900 resolution. When I put it in Sony Vegas I go to Video Event Pan/Crop, then I select 16:9 Widescreen TV aspect ratio but for some reason it still cuts some off. Wut?

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    Re: YouTube widescreen

    Quote Originally Posted by Jessica
    Quote Originally Posted by Slippie
    by widescreen do you mean fullscreen?
    No, I mean widescreen.

    Alright, I set it to 16:9 and recorded in 16:9, but it crops a bit off of the top and a bit off of the bottom. Normally wouldn't be too much of an issue, but that's like, half the radar and the scores at the bottom.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXs5snPW ... r_embedded

    It's recorded fullscreen, in 16:9 widescreen with a 1440x900 resolution. When I put it in Sony Vegas I go to Video Event Pan/Crop, then I select 16:9 Widescreen TV aspect ratio but for some reason it still cuts some off. Wut?
    Well, because if you resize 1440 x 900 resolution, it won't fit the widescreen (600 x 340) unless you cut some of the top off.

    Record it in a size that has the same ratio to the ratio of 600 x 340, so that nothing will be cut off. I guess playing your game in 1200 x 680 or 1440 x 720 w/e .

    EDIT: I think these will help you. Ignore what I said about Event Pan/Crop thingy earlier, since your recorded video is now widescreen (1440 x 720/1200 x 680/600 x 340)


    Sony Vegas: Widescreen HD Settings
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3EO73ikOr0

    Youtube Widescreen HD 1440x720 *NEW*
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxqpRz9-qqs


 

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