Re: Export Video and Compression
- Thanks I will try that out.. about the avi file.
But if i remember when i use my quicktime pro with the avi file
getting coverted to a H264 .. awesome thanks.
but there is some horrible lines arcoss the video.. so the quality is
any other suggestions?
--- In email@example.com, "David Howell" <taoofdavid@...>
> 1. Not sure.
> 2. You can export it as any size you want. Generally, most people use
> 320 x 240.
> 3. Dont export QT files out of Premiere. Save it as an AVI and then
> use Quicktime Pro to create your .mov.
> This page might give you some ideas about compression...
> I follow the H.264 suggestions on that site rather closely with a few
> changes for my videos. Your mileage may vary though.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Nick Schmidt" <cunas4@> wrote:
> > Well I just got the Sanyo Xacti HD1-A. I love it, plus it does HD!!
> > WOO HOO!! and it is small and recored mpeg 4.
> > Adobe Premiere questions:
> > 1.
> > However, adobe premiere doesn't like my mpeg 4's so I have to use
> > quicktime pro to make them .mov files. Is there a codec I have to
> > download in order for it to reconzie the mpeg4?
> > 2. When I custom a project 640x480 to work well with the 640x480
> > setting on the camera and I import the file. I still have to enlarge
> > the video to take up the whole video screen. What gives?
> > I'm trying to put it up on blip.tv. Should I just used 640x480 or
> > export it as 320x240?
> > 3. I need to know what the settings you use on your export function. I
> > seem to get pretty crappy quality. So can you list the specs on your
> > export files? On the video & audio? You know what I mean. The quality,
> > fps, frame rate, which codec, which audio codec.. I mean everything.
> > I need some help.. holla back.. or e mail me if it is faster
> > I got some help from Mason already, but I just want to see if anyone
> > else is out there that can help me out..
> > nick schmidt
> > www.schmult.com