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Ein paar fragen zu Premiere Pro 2.0

A few questions to Premiere Pro 2.0



Frage von Franklin1985:
Juli 2007

Hi folks.
I hope you can help me, thank you ever!
1: If I AVI files into the tracks, I can only hear the sound, but see no picture!
2: How can I s.bessten my finished video as an MPEG file for the next ENCORE export?
3: How can I insert subtitles or pictures? (I think it is only in the Encore or?)
4: If I open a new Project, what do I s.bessten for a DVD set? DV-PAL standard or widescreen which is the difference?

THANK'S FOR ANSWERS!



Antwort von levis0208:

"Franklin1985" wrote:

2: How can I s.bessten my finished video as an MPEG file for the next ENCORE export?

File> Export> Adobe Media Encoder

"Franklin1985" wrote:

3: How can I insert subtitles or pictures? (I think it is only in the Encore or?)

Subtitles only in Encore, you can image just like movies in your project and import into the timeline drag. Or do you mean with pictures Menuhintergründe?

"Franklin1985" wrote:

4: If I open a new Project, what do I s.bessten for a DVD set? DV-PAL standard or widescreen which is the difference?

Movies in standard 4:3 format, for widescreen movies in 16:9 format (ie "wide")



Antwort von levis0208:

or makeshift subtitles as text drunterlegen; D

my question to Premiere Pro 2.0, how can I use the same aperture at the same time assign all scenes? Does It Work? I find it tedious after cutting the transition for every scene of hand to continue.








Antwort von Franklin1985:

Thanks for answers!
Can someone please ask the first because of the AVI format to answer?

In the case of the 3 question, I felt like I ENCORE background wächseln can. I have read the English version!

Danke schon mal!



Antwort von Markus:

"Franklin1985" wrote:
Can someone please ask the first because of the AVI format to answer?

Check times with GSpot, as the video content in the AVI file is compressed. There are formats that can not with Premiere or just bad editing (eg DivX).



Antwort von Franklin1985:

I think I have to convert the format, with losses appear to be qualified.

Thanks anyway



Antwort von Markus:

Quality losses arise primarily in compression, not by decompressing. Unless one chooses very unfavorable and converts output parameters to allow more than actually required (eg Resolutionund framerate).



Antwort von Franklin1985:

Thanks Mark!
Can you give me a progi. to recommend?



Antwort von dan1el:

VirtualDub



Antwort von Franklin1985:

Cool Thx!




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