7 Replies Latest reply on Oct 22, 2010 8:55 AM by nealeh

    1024 768

    philippedayries Level 1

      Hello Is it possible to make a video ouput with 1024/768 not 1440 1080

      in premier element 8

      Thank you for help

       

      Philippe

        • 1. Re: 1024 768
          Steve Grisetti Adobe Community Professional

          Which file format are you outputting to? Is it for a DVD, BluRay or online display?

          • 2. Re: 1024 768
            philippedayries Level 1

            It's for an auto-player on screen 19" 1024/768

            Thank you  for help

            • 3. Re: 1024 768
              Steve Grisetti Adobe Community Professional

              And what file format does that player play?

              • 4. Re: 1024 768
                philippedayries Level 1

                mpeg2

                Thank  you

                • 5. Re: 1024 768
                  Steve Grisetti Adobe Community Professional

                  MPEG2 as on a DVD -- or MPEG2 as in a computer file?

                   

                  What program or device will you be using the play the file?

                   

                  Please give me as many details as you can. There really are many answers to your question, depending on your needs.

                  • 6. Re: 1024 768
                    philippedayries Level 1

                    >> MPEG2 as on a DVD -- or MPEG2 as in a computer file?

                    mpeg2 on computer file

                     

                    >>What program or device will you be using the play the file?

                    I don't know.

                    I just need how to make a file in mpeg2 1024 768. not 1440/1080 or something else obligatory at the begening of the project.

                     

                    Thank you for help.

                    • 7. Re: 1024 768
                      nealeh Level 5

                      No. 1024 x 768 is not an allowable size for MPEG2. For full detail see here: Wikipedia. We could help you better if you explain exactly what it is you want to do with the file.

                       

                      To summarise the wikipedia article information on resolutions:

                       

                      DVD Standards

                      The DVD-Video standard uses MPEG-2 video, but imposes some restrictions:

                      • Allowed Dimensions 
                        • 720 × 480, 704 × 480, 352 × 480, 352 × 240 pixel (NTSC)
                        • 720 × 576, 704 × 576, 352 × 576, 352 × 288 pixel (PAL)

                           

                          DVB Standards

                          Application-specific restrictions on MPEG-2 video in the DVB standard:

                          • Allowed resolutions for SDTV:
                            • 720, 640, 544, 528, 480 or 352 × 480 pixel, 24/1.001, 24, 30/1.001 or 30 frame/s
                            • 352 × 240 pixel, 24/1.001, 24, 30/1.001 or 30 frame/s
                            • 720, 704, 544, 528, 480 or 352 × 576 pixel, 25 frame/s
                            • 352 × 288 pixel, 25 frame/s
                          • For HDTV:
                            • 720 x 576 x 50 frame/s progressive (576p50)
                            • 1280 x 720 x 25 or 50 frame/s progressive (720p50)
                            • 1440 or 1920 x 1080 x 25 frame/s progressive (1080p25 = film mode)
                            • 1440 or 1920 x 1080 x 25 frame/s interlace (1080i50)
                            • 1920 x 1080 x 50 frame/s progressive (1080p50) possible future H.264/AVC format

                           

                          ATSC Standards

                          ATSC allows the following video resolutions, aspect ratios, and frame/field rates:

                          • 1920 × 1080 pixel (16:9, square pixels), at 30p, 29.97p, 24p, 23.976p, 60i, 59.94i.
                          • 1280 × 720 pixel (16:9, square pixels), at 60p, 59.94p, 30p, 29.97p, 24p, or 23.976p
                          • 704 × 480 pixel (4:3 or 16:9, non-square pixels), at 60p, 59.94p, 30p, 29.97p, 24p, 23.976p, 60i, or 59.94i
                          • 640 × 480 pixel (4:3, square pixels), at 60p, 59.94p, 30p, 29.97p, 24p, 23.976p, 60i, or 59.94i

                           

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                          Neale
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