Ok, so I've used final cut and corel and Encore. Out of the 3, Encore is the worst. and yet it cost the most, and is the most confusing to use as well. When I burn the dvd, it looks pixelated with lots of blurry unnecasary lines. In fact, corel and Final cut are much better when it comes to quality. Also, I've tried both adobe dynamic link and mped2dvd with all the highest quality etc. and they both have the EXACT same result. It looks really pixelated.
Datarate is the amount of info per time - the default for Premiere export MPEG2-DVD is a target rate of 6Mbps. When you dynamic link to Encore, it will generally use the default of "automatic" and use whatever datarate to fill the disk. A higher datarate gives better quality. But too high a datarate, and the material will not fit on the disk.
o ok. so what do you think is my issue? Also other people seem to be having the same problems. I had this issue when I had cs5. I thought it was happening because it was a n"old" version of adobe. But i guess it occurs in this updated cs6 as wel...
well, when i tried mpeg2-dvd, i tried 6mpbs high quality 1280x720. My original footage is shot with a gh3, so quality is really high out of camera. And it also looks really good on premiere pro.
-For the adobe dynamic link, i just burned it in a dvd and the qwuality was exactly the same as mpeg-dvd
That is not DVD size. You forced Encore to transcode it again. Export as something that Encore does not have to re-transcode. (Mostly, stick to the defaults for MPEG2-DVD.)
If you want to see that nice HD quality, you must create a bluray.
ya but when i'm working with corel and fcp, they both still do better(and i mean MUCH BETTER) than encore.
Small differences are one thing. You clearly have something wrong. If you see the same result on your computer as on a burned disk, can you post a screenshot of what you are seeing?
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