Put/play vegas videos on iPhone
How can I transfer an edited project file from Sony Vegas to iPhone?
This tutorial shows you how to put a video clip edited with Sony Vegas on iPhone.
I have finished a video using Sony Vegas pro 8. One thing I want to do is transfer it to my new i-phone 3G but it is not letting me sync vegas video clips: It says the format is not supported.
Question1: I'm trying to export a Vegas 8 project to iphone but iphone cannot read. Any essential setting I should be aware of ?
Question2: Can using sony vegas allow transfer edited video to iphone. Who can help me by giving me the exact vegas 8.0 template/format/rendering settings I will need to use in order to be able to render my clips in a format that my phone will then accept when I sync it to my i-tunes.
Sony Vegas will not export an iphone synchable 640x480 video because it just doesn't use the right codec at all. IPod/iPhone only accept H.264 (up to 320*240, 768kbps, 30fps), MPEG-4 (up to 480*480, 2500kbps, 30fps). In other words, you can turn your Vegas project file into a .H.264/mp4 etc. and then import that into iphone.
To put some edited vegas projects on your iphone you need a right Video Converter. Among many program I've tried, the only one making this process easy is Sony Vegas to IPhone Converter.
Sony Vegas to IPhone Converter is a brand-new application for converting videos. Within literally a couple of seconds, you will be able to convert your sony vegas video to iphone synchable h.264/mp4 video.This Sony Vegas to IPhone Converter includes a handful of editing functions which lets you cut, crop, trim vegas files, add effects to your vegas files, merge vegas files into a large one, split vegas files, set the output parameters for your vegas files etc.
This tutorial intends to help people who want to put edited videos from sony vegas on their iPhone/iPod.
Download and install Sony Vegas to IPhone Converter
Add sony vegas videos
Select the output video format and output fold.The profile including video for almost any portable devices such as iPod, iPhone, Archos, iRiver, PSP, Zune. Creative Zen, Nokia Serials, Palm, and so on.