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no, forget it.
my best results so far :
make you're project Frame size: 1920h 1080v (1,0000)
Pixel Aspect Ratio: Square Pixels (1.0)
(choose the frame rate of your footage)
edit mt2s files in CS4 (don't expect to much in the
editing..you cant see what you're doing on frame-level
,its too choppy)
than export to Mpeg2 1920x1080..
convert the mpeg2 with (for exsmpl) TMPGenc.4.0 to
the QT-or other extension you need.
don't use AdobeMediaEncoder, the QT-output is useless.
hope this is helpful...
Well, I just figured out how to export good/excellent quality video from Adobe Premiere CS4... at least for viewing on my own system... Looks like the secret is to export as Windows Media and just set the presets to be 1900x1080 29.97fps and accept the other settings. Adobe had a preset for Windows Media HD 1900x1080 24fps... all I had to do was change the frames per second to match my source. The result is smooth and plays in Media Player and Picasa3 so all is well... Except that if I want to post to Vimeo then I'll need to figure out the best settings for the Quicktime export. I have been able to export as Quicktime format (above I mentioned that my exports played in Quicktime but that was a .mp4 format file which Quicktime/iTunes plays). So I can also export in .mov (quicktime) format. For Vimeo that means exporting at 1280x720 24fps 3000to5000kbit/sec H.264. The results are possibly ok or maybe I need to tweak some more... just not nearly as nice as the windows media version I was able to create. The thing is that I'm not sure what else I can tweak to get a better .mov file. I'll just have to experiment a little while longer.
Just as an FYI, Derek, the spec is 19 20, not 1900 x 1080.
I have for a month now fight with Adobe CS4 Media Encoder.
The exported files is very bad and useless.
When using XviD and MS MPEG-4 v2 codec is goes complete crazy.
Then I watch the information from Spiv with reference to TMPGenc 4.0.
This software works - with every codec.
Many thanks to Spiv for your information.
But why do we have to bye a separate Media encoder when we already have paid for Adobes?
I feel me like a beta (or alfa) tester.
You need not worry. Adobe will not ask you to beta test for them, based on your workflow and material.
Try the following settings in Adobe Media Encoder:
Format : QT
Video Codec : H.264
Quality : 100
Frame Rate : As required by you
Frame Size: As required bu you
Bitrate : As required by you
Enable the option "Use Maximum Render Quality" in the fly-out menu towards the right corner of the settings UI. (This will slow down the encode but gives an increase in quality)
Let us know your findings.
how I can export Adobe Media Player To IPOD (ITUNES)
See Exporting to iPods, cell phones, PSPs and other mobile devices in the PPro Help for details.
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