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2. Yep assuming you are in US and not PAL
but compare the end dvd quality with similar but shot in SD (MPEG) footage (assuming you dont lose the audio on import to CS4) Interlaced HD footage can suffer in the all adobe down conversion to SD DVD
H264, 1280x720, 128k mono AAC Audio for youtube I think
think there is a 1G / 10mins limit
IMO Elecard is a better option than upshift but both are poor substitutes to a new i7 PC with native AVCHD editing
Thanks for the response. I'm going to try this out tomorrow for youtube.
If I were to export from premiere for anything but youtube and maintain highest quality for playback on a PC what would you suggest? There are just so many presets I don't know what to pick. I've tried a few (Quicktime) and they look lousy.
Maybe I'm missing something, I see other people mentioning interlacing, etc. Someone else suggested shooting 24P to eliminate interlacing issues?
Thanks for helping me get to a resoltion.
you could try the None or png or JPEG codec if you are on the pc, but those take alot of Harddrive space.
And i think i was the one who started the topics about 'interlacing, etc. and converting 60i to 24p'- dont worry about it, i just wanted to make my stuff look more film like.