Adobe Premiere CS 5:03 problems with HDV 1280 x 720 50P
Frage von Heku: Januar 2011
Hi, I have recently launched a Pan 707th HDC My editing program is Adobe Prem. CS5.03. the following can not resolve your problem or only me: The source material from the camcorder is 1920 x 1080p, 50 frames. More offers Adobe currently does not. In Prem. is a project created with 1280 x 720P. 50 images. When I import the movie sequences, they appear in the Source Monitor perfectly natural in source format, ie 1920 x 1080p. I prefer the sequences on the time bar-OK. I have yellow above a bar. When I play the clips in derTimeleiste, the images appear in Playback window approximately 25 percent increase. This image size remains until the final product, a Blu-Ray burning on Encore. I can only solve the problem described by me in all Premiere Select Clips (edit select all) and then the function "Scale to Frame Size" menu. Who knows the problem and maybe knows a better solution.
Use a 1080p25 or 1080i50 Template and export to 1280p50 for BD.
Antwort von Heku:
Hi ricky martini Thanks for the quick reply The experience with 720P 25 pictures I've made. The 1080i 50 fps I used the last 2 years (HDSD SC 300 But I would like to take advantage of 50 fps progressive mode . Use
Antwort von RickyMartini:
As long as there is no template for 1080p50/60 of Adobe, you will have to compromise. For the BD format 1080p50/60 is certainly not usable!
Antwort von Jörg:
But I would like to use the benefits of the progressive mode 50 fps.
That really is synonymous only natural, and feasible synonymous without any problem.
Sometimes I denEindruck that some users do not even have basic knowledge of the program, and is still always try to answer MUST.
This response of the user Martini is again wrong. This is now the second time maybe it prints to such basic things in support of memory, once.
As long as there is no template for 1080p50/60 of Adobe, you will have to compromise.
It does not matter whether he is a desktop project of Premiere as a "template" recognize or Custom as: Premiere will open a sequence in exactly the right specifications 50p in 1080, when such a file on the "New Object" button in the Project window pulls. It is then cut in the original resolution and frame rate, the export to bluray is then performed in 720 preset 50 p of the program. Here the direct transfer is synonymous s.Encore about Dynamic link possible, Encore will then select within the chosen mode, all necessary build options.
If the asker of s.in cut beginning a 720 50p sequence do (I recommend against it) the settings menu are on "Scale to Frame Size" is already in the preferences of the program to select an option. The clips are then automatically of Premiere generated in this resolution.
There is no "compromise" is needed to be produced in excellent quality files to meddle in an interlaced or 25p sequence.