1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 12, 2012 8:53 AM by John T Smith

    SHARPEN VIDEO FOR WEBSITE USE

    alexanderalexis12

      Hi all,

       

      I've got a couple of instruction films made from recorded computer screens. My task is to change the language for these. I use Premiere Pro 6.0.

       

      THE MAKING

      A "light" compression was used when recording, giving sharp images, that accepted a low frame rate (even though it says 20, it's maybe 2-3 frames per second).

      Then the films were saved with good compression, that still gives sharp images.

       

      THE EDITING

       

      MP4

      In .mp4 which I hear is the best format to use for webpages, the imported image gets blury.

      What kind of parametres do I have to change to get a sharper image?

       

      AVI

      I then asked to have it in .avi but this doesn't work at all, error message when importing.

       

      What should I do to make the moving shots originating from screens sharp again?

      They are sharp when I look at them in Windows media player.

       

      Many thanks,

      F