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What is your final delivery medium?
Well, not sure exactly what you're asking, but the output format is DV-PAL. Though now I'm betting you are simply wondering what this is to be displayed on, which is a 27-in. standard CRT. The existing video into which I am trying to add the ppt bit is DV-PAL widescreen (1024x576).
According to the person who provided me the original clip, it supposedly displays just fine on the CRT in question (though I have yet to see it on that).
I hope that's the information you're looking for.
DV-PAL is 720x576, both in wide screen and in 4:3 but with different PAR's.
A delivery medium refers more to things like DVD, computer file, Internet, etc. rather than TV format or display type.
Thanks, everyone, for your responses.
This will be run as an AVI on a laptop feeding the monitor. I'm assuming (at this point) that the monitor is a typical CRT with VGA input. Otherwise I'm in trouble because we don't have a video-card with TV-out. (Not really my problem, but awkward still.)
Anyway, I played around with the PowerPoint, changing the design properties to widescreen display and the slide show set to 1024x768 (no option for custom resolutions). I then rearranged page elements to appear within a 1024x576 region centered on the slide. I also boldfaced some of the smaller fonts so they weren't so fragile in the lower res video.
I captured fullscreen with Fraps and the output is darn near perfect! It imported very nicely into Premiere and meshes well with the existing video.
Thanks again, all!
how do I import adobe premiere elements AVI video into a powerpoint presentation
Hi Jeffrey. Couple of problems with the question.
Firstly, it should have been started as a new thread, rather than attached to this one. Secondly, you're in the Premiere Pro forum, not Premiere Elements. Thirdly, you should probably be asking in a Microsoft forum for PowerPoint, not any Adobe forum.