What encode settings were used, how does it look in Encore and how does it play from DVD on a settop box?
Usually Premiere pro should send the compressed media directly to encore and burn it. But nop it doesn't work that way It bugg all the time doing that.
So I Export it via the Adobe Media Encoder then choose MPEG2-DVD
Range: Entire Sequence
Preset: NTSC Medium Quality
NTSC, 720x480, 29.97 drop frame (fps), lower, Quality 3.0
48 kHz, 16 bit, PCM
VBR, 1 Pass, min 1.50, Target 4.00, Max 7.00 (mbps)
The project is 28min 40 long and gives me a compressed file of about 2 GB.
Right there before I even burn to DVD with Encore (by importing the 2GB file as timeline),
There is an audio lag.
Then I shut Premiere pro, launch Encore, import the 2GB file as timeline hit the built key, disregard the error message and THe DVD id burned.
I don't think Encore is the problem, I think It comes from Premiere Pro. How can the Video contact the only audio file not be in synch with itself???
I am so confused...
THanks for your help!
PS: Do you know any good tutorial about compression tips so I can get better result
Start re-encoding with 8 Mbps CBR and quality at 4+ and use Maximum Render Quality.
Use this calculator for optimal quality: http://dvd-hq.info/bitrate_calculator.php?PHPSESSID=6501b6b2b31f4c4a295bc8c2ba1e6f57#Calcu lator
BTW, was your question answered? I did not see any points for that.
it doesn't work that way It bugg all the time doing that.
disregard the error message
This sounds like something fundamental is wrong with your system. I'd look maybe to fixing those issues, rather than working around them.