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Best for what? Long play times, lots of fast movement in short play times, ... ???
Since Encore3 comes with Premiere3, and the same mpeg encoding engine is used, just export from Premiere as avi and let Encore use the automatic setting to encode and make the best possible dvd
I'll try that. I didn't know encore would take it as an AVI.
For easy User Guide searching, I copied the PDF version for each program to my hard drive and created a link... files are (English) "Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 Help.pdf" at 27Meg and "Encore CS3 Help.pdf" at 14Meg
If you are doing a video that is small enough that you are not worried about size, what is the absolute best quality encoder settings? Would a Continous Bitrate result in a higher quality file generally? VBR is for trying to make a smaller file I assume.
I'm frustrated with even white letters on black titles that have some flicker. I just don't seem to get the smooth quality I desire.
Should I look at a different encoder?
If you output PP3 to an AVI and then import it into encore, isn't there a reduction of Q. due to the save to the AVI file?
I'd look to something besides the encoder settings to fix that title flicker. Even as low as 3 Mbps, I've never had a title flicker. Something else must be causing it in your case.