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Bill, you're certainly on the right track, there's an issue with your export settings or perhaps the actual project you're doing the intermediate step in.
Go back to that middle step, and as you're exporting to an AVI, click settings and tell what the video numbers are. That sound like where it's going pear shaped.
hang in there.
Wow, fast Reply.. thanks
Compressor: DV(24p Advanced) also tried NTSC
Frame size: 720h 480v greyed out with 16:9 after
Frame rate: 23.976
Pixel Aspect Ratio: D1/DV NTSC Widescreen 16:9 (1,2)
Quality greyed out to 100%
Recompress is checked with Maintain Data Rate, also tried un checked.
Thanks for the reply!
Is your source 24Pa?
Thank you for the reply. I'm not sure what you are asking. I'm not having any problem with the video capture, or getting the video in, I'm having problems with taking a 1920x1080 Graphic, adding some transitions and exporting as a .avi file to use as a standard opening in all projects. I apologize if I misunderstoond your question.
think I found it. When I right click on the avi I imported (the opening I made) there is an option "Scale to frame size" I think this may be the fix.
Thanks for the help.. I'll experiment tonight and see.
What are all your project settings, what is your video source material, from which camera, etc.?
I understand (or better said I think you are trying to achieve something that you were not capable of recording correctly in the first place, this is not about you Bill, but a general remark) the hype about the 'film look' with the strobing 24P format that makes it all a lot better blah, blah, blah, but try to keep your source material and the delivery format as close as possible.
If your project is 24Pa, your source material matches that, and your delivery system can play 24Pa, you should not have problems. If one of these is out of whack, better stay close to your input format.
For the majority here SD or standard AVI is interlaced source material, so keep it interlaced until final delivery.
Ahh good points... I'll have to add that to my list of things to look into... Thanks!! I should of come to this place months ago ;)
Bill, in your second post, you're making an Standard Definition AVI and then bringing that AVI into a HD project, which is why the image looks small in the frame (you're got an SD video knocking around in a much bigger frame).
It seems that the NEW project that you put your upsized graphic into was either an SD Project, or you mistakenly made an SD AVI from that project.
Can I make a suggestion... rather than rendering your graphics out to an AVI each time, what about importing the original Premier project (the one with all the moving graphics into) into the "new" premier project, then just add the new bits in?
This is great stuff!! thanks
MP asks for avi export settings - of what I think is a graphic and/or SD avi you intended to upscale so you can use it in new HD projects.
But what you post as the settings are SD widescreen (Frame size: 720h 480v greyed out with 16:9 after
Frame rate: 23.976
Pixel Aspect Ratio: D1/DV NTSC Widescreen 16:9 (1,2))
I'm assuming you need to bring the new graphic into an HD project, and export it as an HD file.
What am I missing?
Yes, not missing it was me, I was giving the setting of the HD projects with the graphic/.avi already embedded, not the export of the graphic > .avi.. sorry.
What should the settings be?
Thanks for all the comments and help
>What should the settings be?
The settings should be what you want. Start with a preset and change the settings that you want.
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Thanks, I'll keep searching.. I have more questions, but will review the tutorials first... thank you!