Based on the online specs for the Western Digital TV Live Network Media Player (is that the device you're using?), the device supports a number of video formats.
For high-def video, I'd recommend you use video output using Publish & Share/Computer/AVCHD with the YouTube HD setting. This will produce an MP4 which should play perfectly (and look great doing so) on this device.
As I said in my first post, you should select the preset for YouTube HD.
Please conclude your discussion with SG first. And, then please review and consider the following for what you want to do:
Given that you have set up and edited for a 1080p50 project.
and set Presets = MP4 - H.264 1920 x 1080p30 (please stay with me, we are going to customize these settings for your 1080p50 and not settle for 720p24 which you would get if you go the way SG suggests).
Then under the Advanced Button/Video Tab of the preset, the Export Settings dialog should look like the following
Now you need to determine if your player will be compatible with the AVCHD.mp4 format for your 1080p50 file.
Your player specifications make no mention of frame rate. We can discuss this aspect of the matter next if necessary.
Please let us know the results from both 720p24 and 1080p50 end product.
Hello Steve and Romano,
Thanks for your suggestions, I'm both proposals try and let us know about the result, it may take some time and moreover I translate everything also with google translate because of my less good knowledge of the English language.
Thank you for the reply. We will look forward to your results.
Just in case note...did you notice the "Translate" button at the bottom of the posts. That is a new feature to the Premiere Elements Forum.
Yes I have seen it now but entering on this help translation give the same result as translation in google, somtimes a bit strange but it is much easier,
thanks a lot.