1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 5, 2013 10:39 AM by Ann Bens

    question Premiere pro c6 qualityloss and exporting film


      I have a question. I have recorded films with hd quality.

      When I want to export them to a dvd I want the highest quality. I have read I have to use AVI for the best result. I only can get AVI with 1080-1620 FUll HD. But I want 1080-1920 thats the highest quality. How is that possible.


      Also when I choose mpeg2-dvd of AVI with 720-576, I will get quality loss. The lines are misfigured/blurred.


      can anyone help me?

        • 1. Re: question Premiere pro c6 qualityloss and exporting film
          Ann Bens Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          If you want best quality go and make a BluRay disk.

          (you can put HD quality on DVD but most players wont accept the avchd-disk and it involves a different workflow)

          DVD is standard definition so that would be mpeg2-dvd 720x576.

          Make sure when exporting to mpeg2-dvd the fields are set to upper.

          You will be getting two files: one for video and one for audio.

          Drop that into Encore, make menu and burn.