Thanks, Hunt. But the new link is for Dan's AviSynth filter. He's updated it, and the new version isn't at the old link. My tutorial is still in the same place. I think.
Thank you for that correction,
I have just installed my new CS5. When I export my HD sequence, recorded on a Canon XHA1s in full HD, I find that my options are fairly limited in terms of what format and presets are available. Also, I have no control over the bitrate or quality as these are grayed out.
I'm looking for a single source for two answers to what I think are the two questions this discussion has raised:
1. What format and preset is best for the export and rendering of full HD sequences, when the plan is to burn them to a standard DVD to be played on a standard DVD player.
2. What format and preset is best for the export and rendering of full HD sequences, when the plan is to burn them to a Blue Ray DVD to be played on a Blue Ray DVD player?
And I have one additional question: Why are my choices in the codec area grayed out and why can I not create a custom preset? Is there a preference or setting somewhere along the way I forgot to enable?
Thanks to all for the great help this forum provides.
I would post your questions to the PrPro CS5 Forum, as few will likely see it here, since this is a repository for tips & tricks, and not really used as a discussion forum.
Users, such as Jeff Bellune, who wrote the linked tutorials here, and Colin Brougham, will likely be able to help you. Plus, Colin has been writing a FrameServer program for CS5, see HERE.