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Using Vegas

so i just bought vegas and have been editing a movie shot with my gp hero2. everything was fine but when i rendered the file the mp4 is kinda bury.

when i pause the video (rendered) you can see that there is some blurring like the image of a person is splitting. kinda hurts my eyes to watch it.

i think i shot the video in 720-60, i am not 100% on this might have been 30fps.

while editing i didn't change the settings/properties to 60fps (didn't even know about that area of the program).

i saved it as internet 1280x720 30p, should i save it in another format ie blueray? if i do will it still upload to you tube?

Any help would be appreciated.
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