1. Don't use Quicktime. AVI is the more common format.
2. Don't use DV, whose resolution is limited to standard sizes.
How can I create an avi file with these specifications which are requested for viewing on a large media mesh wall ? They ask for 576 x 256 resolution, 16 bit. They want the format to be either an avi file or a dv quicktime file. But when I try to create an avi file I can;t customize it for those specs. Any idea?
DV is limited. Use Uncompressed or another codec of choice. That should allow the resolution freedom you need.
which codec are you suggesting and are you talking about doing this in AF or
Premiere Pro (oh, I am using C3) thanks for disucssing this with me.
Are you sure you understood their instructions (since a dv qt can't be the size they asked)?
If they are asking for an avi at that size, they must have some idea what codec they want. Are you sure there is not more info?
I wonder if part of your problem may be that you are resizing more than once (once in AE, then again when you export).
I think my problem is just that that . thanks-
which codec are you suggesting
If Stan's right and that has been asked for by the client, use that. If not, I like both the Lagarith codec and the UT codec. Both are lossless and will preserve maximum quality.
are you talking about doing this in AF or Premiere Pro
Either way works.