How to export video with the original quality with VSDC Video Editor


Add your video using the ‘Import content’ button to create a project with the same settings as the original video To get a better quality you can also use more advanced resize mode Go to the ‘Properties Window’ and select ‘Supersampling interpolation’ in the ‘Resize mode’ field Go to the ‘Export project’ tab and select an output format To keep the quality closer to the original one, choose the same format as the input one Select the profile with a high quality

7 Comments

  1. OnlyGoodSHHH September 9, 2018 at 3:51 pm

    FLAC Audio!! How do we make videos that include FLAC Audio? I dont even necessarily need to CONVERT audio to FLAC, as long as it was able to copy the FLAC Audio onto the newly converted video.

  2. Merit February 7, 2019 at 6:35 pm

    While exporting to MPG video format, the video tends to get exported with only the audio heard, no visual seen itself. And it is shorter than the real version.

    Please fix. And help me.

  3. Svart Einherjer April 27, 2019 at 8:38 pm

    This does not work in the new version… you get 1280×720 video with your 4 K video files. Think iv tryed everything until now,

  4. Zalvalk June 15, 2019 at 2:31 am

    thank you!!!

  5. Tawny P July 11, 2019 at 11:57 pm

    I have tried everything with the free version to export video in the same size as the import. Nothing works. My properties window does not have the lower options shown in the video. How do I get it?

  6. Galbi 3000 August 20, 2019 at 9:17 am

    I did this exactly but my video came out with so much compression artifacting it was horrid quality! My input video is 2560×1440 60Hz at a bitrate of 50210 kbps and yet the video input information on the export screen shows 1920×1080 60Hz at 600 kbps. Even if I change the output bitrate to 8000 kbps it still produces the horribly compressed version! I spent hours working on my project making it just right and all for nothing because the export is producing crap!

    EDIT: I got the 'input' video information to change to 2560×1440 by setting the project size but its bitrate remains at 600 kbps which is very low considering the audio is over twice that at 1411 kbps!

  7. ShamrockdYA October 7, 2019 at 6:49 pm

    So. I just got it. Made my short 14 second video outro. But it’s all zoomed in. I want how it looks when I’m previewing it. Do I need paid version??

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