What version of InDesign are you using? Why are you including a music video in an interactive PDF? Why not just burn it as a QuickTime or other video format on the DVD?
If you are using InDesign CS5 or later, you have access to the Adobe Media Encoder which provides a lot of settings and presets for setting the video format, encoding, bit rate, all of which the quality of the resulting video. I suggest you spend some time reviewing the documentation and forum for Adobe Media Encoder to get some help.
Thanks for your quick reply. Sorry, should have said that. I'm using CS5.5
Thing is, this is going to be a promotion DVD with the video and some pictures. I heard about the interactive PDF and liked the way I could build it like a portfolio, the way you can click through the images
and click to see the video.Everything looks good except the video.
I tried to do this in Encore but there I got bad image quality and good video quality. In InDesign I get bad video quality and good image quality.
My video is made in Premiere pro so maybe I should check the media encoder.
But, with the project I want to do, what program would you suggest?
From my limited knowledge, I'd use Adobe Media Encoder. I think that's what it's optimized for. For example, the new video features in Photoshop CS6 tie into the AME for encoding.
Ok, I'll dive into my third program.