Hi - not Huston but Jens has a problem! I would like the AVCHD footage (Panasonic HDC 707) for all participants of a trip, do not own a HD DVD player, burn), a "normal" DVD. So "Full HD/50p Progressive" meets "720x576/25f Field" or 8 GB, 2 GB. Said and done and the output is so far no issue that the result but more so - because even on an "old" tube TV, the picture looks more like a bad VHS copy from and one would suspect behind no HD source material (field flicker , bad colors immense MPEG artifacts). As an encoder, as I said came of Adobe Media Encoder is used. I actually set everything right. From the maximum depth of 2-pass rendering to encode for the variable bit-rate. My question is: Is this a general problem when compressed MPEG4 then compressed in MPEG2 compressed;) is? Or is there a clever alternative? Although it is still something I remember: I have the "original" files (preset: Progressive, 1.0, 50 frames) from the first timeline for a BLU-RAY into H264 MPEG4 / MPEG2 25f changed and it then made. Could it be because synonymous? Is AVCHD (MPEG4) is not equal H264 (MPEG4)? Thank you for your efforts in advance Jens
Antwort von Jörg:
I actually set everything right.
Certainly not, because then the result would not be so bad cave. With the walking in such lousy codec is mpeg2 after all, has always been run heavy losses. Try a short time part of Premiere via dynamic link sent directly to Encore, check out the result.
I have the "original" files (preset: Progressive, 1.0, 50 frames) from the first timeline for a BLU-RAY into a MPEG4 H264 / 25f
No idea why people do such a thing, give 50p for bluray in 720 mp4 from, and tell them if you can see differences to mpeg2 ...