I don't think you can export that size as DV AVI (but, I could be wrong)
Compliant video to produce a DVD (per Encore forum)<br>
NTSC: 720x480 or 720x486 (or 704x480) at 29.97 or 23.976 fps<br>
PAL: 720x576 (or 704x576) at 25 fps<br>
Microsoft AVI with None as the codec is the correct method here. How are you watching the exported file to determine it's all black?
I tried None but the images (video) still comes up black. I've tried
looking at the final AVI through Premiere itself and also AVS Media
Player, Editor and a few other programs. The uncompressed audio is
there but the video is rendered black (uncompressed black so the files
are still huge). All I have to do is change the codec to Cinepak or
one of the others that are available and suddenly the images are there
as expected but, unfortunately, the image degradation once this file
has been converted to High Quality DVD is not acceptable for my
I'm not sure what other alternatives there are -- is there a way to
load additional codecs into Premiere (such as QT uncompressed) so that
I can give those a shot?
Thanks for your help on this.
Also, I did convert the file to DVD and burned it to disk just to make
sure that it wasn't some sort of display issue but the DVD was the
same - full audio with black video.
On Sat, Oct 31, 2009 at 11:25 PM, Michael Harbour
Man, I'm at a loss on this one. I just can't think of anything that might cause such a problem.
You might try installing the Lagarith codec. It will show up as an option in Premiere, and is lossless. The files will be smaller than Uncompressed, but of equal quality.
No Problem Jim. I just appreciate that there is someone out there
trying to help....