PR CS5.x ist nicht das beste Program um diese Dateien zu editen. Besser wäre es ein Program aus dem Konsumerbereich zu benutzen, wie WMM, Magix oder Premiere Elements. Das original Material ist eigentlich nicht geeignet für PP.
Übrigens ist es besser hier Englisch zu benützen, statt Deutsch.
Thanks for the quick response. As this is a project for University and Adobe Premiere Pro is the only software provided for such tasks I have to use it. Furthermore, the cut is already finished and I'm just looking for quality optimisations.
Don't you think there is a chance to get the quality imporved?
And now the english version of the question:
my problem is not a new one, but it could be answerd by using google.
My task is to cut a SimpleShow. The video raw material is provided as WMV-Files, Audio is proved as MP3. This should be merged to a short, nice video stream.
I'm an absolute greenhorn in using Adobe Premiere and thats why I'm asking you for support.
The quality of the video raw material is acceptable. As sonn as it is importet to PremierePro CS 5, the quality seems to be worse. I do know, the quality gets worse by using Premiere, but I would by happy if the quality of the final video is almost as good as the raw videos.
What I did so far:
As already mentioned, I'm a greenhorn and thats why I used default settings by creating a new projekt. I importet the video files by using the media-browser.
I pulled the video fils into the video track. When I use the video preview of Premiere, the quality already seems to be worse. Afterwards I deleted the audio track of the video files and insterted the audio files like I did with the video files.
For the final video, the viodeo sequences were turned for 180°, Contrast and Brightness were adapted and the scale was increased.
After the final cut I first exported into AVI and then in WMV. In both end files the quality was worse the the raw video, but comparable with the preview in Premiere.Text sequences insert at beginning and end of the video were show very clear in the preview, however, very unclear in the final videos. Also a test a my TV-Screen (as proposed in a further forum) did not show a better reslut.
My goal is a clip for uploading at YouTube, hence to convert into flash. I was told tha WMF isa good joice for this purposed. Maybe somebody tells me something better.
Picture widness: 800; picture hight: 600; rate: 2000kBit/s; transmission rate: 2192 kbit/s; 30frames/s
(These data was show in windows explorerfor the raw viodeos as well as in premiere using option in the video track)
I know that this is really less data. Please tell my if you need further information.