Answer these questions first:
1) Do you have video footage as well as pictures
2) If yes, what format did you shoot/capture your footage in
3) What format are you going to play back at (DVD, Vimeo, Youtube, Computer, etc)
2. i tried any format, the last one is "mov"
3. for youtube
i attached a link to my last export..... it probably help you understand.....
I needed to know what you shot your video footage in (DV tape, MPEG video, AVC, etc)
However, without that info, my best suggestion would be the following as you are making an image-based video for youtube:
1) Open you project
2) Make a New Sequence - Select HDV 720p30
3) Copy paste the contents of your current sequence into this new one
As the sequence is progressive, your images should never view or render with interlace lines.
Check all your edits as some may have shifted
4) If you have DV footage on your timeline, add it, then de-interlace the footage (DO NOT deinterlace the images)
5) Export using adobe media encoder and select the "youtube" HD preset
The interlacing on your images is happening (probably) because you have a DV timeline (which is interlaced) and you are attempting to expot a progressive or DV movie that is gonig to render interlace lines in your video.
When working with images primarily you should work on a progressive timeline and only export it as a DV file if you are planning on laying it back to DV video tape format.
i will try it
i dont understand the step 4. can you explain ?
and how can i export with adobe media encoder ?
In step 4 I was just letting you know that IF you have any DV video footage, you ONLY need to deinterlace these files on your new timeline so that they will display as progressive frames to match the rest of the video.
Assuming you have CS5 production suite:
2) Export Settings>Format>H.264
3) Preset>YouTube Widescreen HD
4) Either click "Export" button to render immediately (without suite) or
5) click "Queue" to send to Adobe Media Encoder if you want to watch the render as it progresses
but my clip is not widescreen......