4 Replies Latest reply on Nov 15, 2010 7:49 AM by the_wine_snob

    DV Video Encoder -- Type 2 and AVI OpenDML Uncompressed

    Anson Ann Lou

      Dear all,

       

      I've been converting a number of edited 1280 x 720 videos to DV PAL Standard with Adobe Premiere Elements 9.  However, when I was importing the output file to another DVD editor, some of the files have been rejected due to the follwing reasons hightlighted in red.  Do you know how o fix it?

       

      100 - DV Video Encoder--type 2, 24bits 720 x 576 4:3, PCM 48kHz 16bit Stereo
      101 - AVI OpenDML Uncompressed, 24bits 720 x 576    , PCM 48kHz 16bit Stereo
      102 - AVI OpenDML Uncompressed, 24bits 720 x 576    , PCM 48kHz 16bit Stereo

      104 - AVI OpenDML Uncompressed, 24bits 720 x 576    , PCM 48kHz 16bit Stereo
      105 - AVI OpenDML Uncompressed, 24bits 720 x 576    , PCM 48kHz 16bit Stereo
      106 - DV Video Encoder--type 2, 24bits 720 x 576 4:3, PCM 48kHz 16bit Stereo

      100P- DV Video Encoder--type 2, 24bits 720 x 576 4:3, PCM 48kHz 16bit Stereo

      101P- DV Video Encoder--type 2, 24bits 720 x 576 4:3, PCM 48kHz 16bit Stereo

      102P- DV Video Encoder--type 2, 24bits 720 x 576 4:3, PCM 48kHz 16bit Stereo
      104P- DV Video Encoder--type 2, 24bits 720 x 576 4:3, PCM 48kHz 16bit Stereo
      105P- DV Video Encoder--type 2, 24bits 720 x 576 4:3, PCM 48kHz 16bit Stereo
      106P- DV Video Encoder--type 2, 24bits 720 x 576 4:3, PCM 48kHz 16bit Stereo

       

      Thanks in advance.

       

      Best regards,

       

       

      Anson

        • 1. Re: DV Video Encoder -- Type 2 and AVI OpenDML Uncompressed
          nealeh Level 5

          Unfortunately although you can apply all kinds of styles in the Forum editor, it throws most of them away when you post. So, as you will have seen, you cannot display in colour. If I recall correctly the only universal accepted features are normal, bold and italic. Depending on your browser smileys' may or may not work.

           

          • What other editor gave you the errors?

          • Are all those lines you've posted error messages?

          • Can you load the offending clips into GSpot v2.60 and post the screenshots here.

           

          Cheers,
          --
          Neale
          Insanity is hereditary, you get it from your children

          • 2. Re: DV Video Encoder -- Type 2 and AVI OpenDML Uncompressed
            Steve Grisetti Adobe Community Professional

            Without knowing much about the other DV editor you're exporting to, here are the standard formats that virtually all PC-based video editors speak:

             

            For standard definition: Share/Computer/AVI using the DV preset. (On a Mac system, this will be Share/Computer/MOV using the DV preset.)

             

            For high definition: Share/Computer/MPEG using the 1440x1080 preset.

             

            If your other DV editor is rejecting these files, something isn't configured properly somewhere.

            • 3. Re: DV Video Encoder -- Type 2 and AVI OpenDML Uncompressed
              the_wine_snob Level 9

              Neale,

               

              You are correct. Styles/formatting was discontinued some months back, as spammers were using them to "fool" the forum. Some still work, but it is browser dependent, so in effect most formatting has been lost.

               

              Hunt

              • 4. Re: DV Video Encoder -- Type 2 and AVI OpenDML Uncompressed
                the_wine_snob Level 9
                If your other DV editor is rejecting these files, something isn't configured properly somewhere.

                One likely culprit could be the lack of the proper CODEC, or perhaps a CODEC that the other NLE cannot use. If the other NLE is on a different computer, the CODEC issue is very likely, and just installing the proper CODEC should fix things, except for the case of the latter, above.

                 

                What is the other NLE and is it on a different computer?

                 

                Good luck,

                 

                Hunt