I've ever been asked this question ... I just got a different format requirements.
I have a video of MiniDV (PAL) imported into Adobe Premiere Pro and cut together. Now I have a tape in the USA and send to the need it logically in NTSC.
Their targets were the following: >> Quicktime >> DV / DVCPro >> 720x480 >> NTSC >> 48K >> Aiff audio
I did EVERYTHING exactly as entered in the export movies ... then viewed with Quicktime Player and the quality was terrible. In VLC player then it was a bit better but not synonymous outstanding.
My question: Have I done something wrong? How can I get a Quicktime File lossless export? And this AIFF audio synonymous, I have never found?
Please urgent help and thank you already very much in advance! Mfg
Antwort von Axel:
You'd better not Pal "as" export ntsc, but a NTSC Project to create and complete the Pal film in the sequence set. Whether this is better, I do not know from personal experience, but so often read. The quality is obviously suffering from something. Aiff is uncompressed audio, which Apple used. Wav can also be used. People want to hold no MP3 or AC3, and at 48 kHz.