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What were the specs of the original media and the settings of the sequence you worked in?
Original media were 12 mov files exported from Flash CS4, uncompressed, fps: 25, 640x360. I joined them in sequence and that was all what I made in Premiere. Sequence settings:
Editing mode: desktop
Timebase: 25 frames/second
Frame size: 640x360 (16:9)
Pixel aspect ratio: square pixel 1.0
I got it :). I had changed "Field type" in Media Encoder from "Lower first" to "Upper first" and it did the job.
Yeah, that'll screw up an export all right.
i'm using premiere cs4.
trying to export the video to later compress it with virtualdub, but something gets fcuked up in the process:(
the video will be like a square after VDUB has processed it. (xvid 2-pass encoding).
any idea how to keep the original height of the video??
premiere shows the source and output the same way, so i guess its VDUB that ruins it for me?
any idea why does it do that?
cs4 export settings:
video codec: dv pal
video: 720x576 @25fps
field type: upper first
aspect: D1/DV PAL (1.0940)
my source is 720x576, 25.00fps avi file, taken out from somekind Canon's XM camera...
or maybe there's a tutorial site of the same process somewhere? with all the details etc..
>any idea why does it do that?
To be honest, probably operator error. Something is not set right in VDub.