Accurate export settings for DVD authoring with Adobe Premiere
Frage von Kudi78: Juni 2008
I have already many threads to read through here and have no precise information about this place.
So I hope you can help me.
My problem is that I have all the codec confusion no longer quite so durchblick.
my source material is 720 * 576 25 fps PAL bottom half first,
I have the option in Adobe Premiere to edit but unfortunately no Encore.
Now to my question, what is the easiest and most effective way I handled the material directly to a DVD burn?
That is, in what format + codec + K / ps for audio and video, I must adjust to loss of quality and to avoid the file as small as possible to get?
Although the data size of the current project does not matter.
Antwort von robl21f:
1) export -> to spend on dvd
It is recommended, however, created the file / movie only in a folder to export and then out of there with like nero to dvd / dvd than to burn ... premiere zickt because occasionally the dvd burning process (may not be available)
2) would later (with a prog-authoring), a menu will come with the export media encoder as mpeg2-dvd
to 45 min long film changes usually are not necessary .... otherwise it depends on the length of film - try it!
my settings for a movie about 90 min: min = 3000, medium 5000 max 6000 (since then but is still somewhat synonymous space via an encore menu above left)