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Avi in MPEG 2 . Nur wie?

Avi to mpeg 2nd But how?



Frage von Martzen:
Oktober 2006

A good evening.

I want to compress my video files. weiss nich but how and in what. In MPEG 2, 3? have adobe premiere 7th pro. My video files are avi. I have to compress the expected loss of quality? I compress after deleting the avi files, if it would (be duplicated after the collapse then, the orginaldatie and the compressed file). I'd look if you give me weiterhelft!

Gruss,

Martzen



Antwort von Gast1:

If you do not know in what format and how you should compress, do you at least know why? To gain space on the hard drive too?
And where did you get your AVIs? Do you have Windows Movie Maker on your PC? Where do you want for storing compress your videos?



Antwort von Markus:

"Martzen" wrote:
... in MPEG 2, 3?

"MPEG3 would have to be the standard for HDTV. But it was enough of an extension of MPEG-2nd MPEG-3 was therefore never materialize." (Source: Wikipedia)

Lies mal diesen Beitrag (höre aber nicht bei der ersten Antwort auf):
Which codec is the best compromise?





Antwort von Martzen:

Hey!
Mark, thank you for your answer!
Guest 1, clearly, I need space on my hard drive, 200gb and got my video files on the hdd eat percent of 80th 've jatzt 10st. new video material that will ICGH edit. the videos I have of my canon mv 750i. Yes, I have windows movie maker aufm rtechner, but it is synonymous 7 adobe premiere pro. so I cut. And hey you have to remember, I am a bloody beginner. If you ask where I want to save my compressed files after, I can unfortunately nich answer.
Do I need me a programm download, compress that? This XVid? So that I can compress it?

Grüss you, Martin



Antwort von Markus:

"Martin" Martzen "" wrote:
Do I need me a programm download, compress that? This XVid? So that I can compress it?

Yes, with the XviD program can compress it. But you have my post linked above clearly not read (yet) ... or are there any questions?

For video editing you just need storage capacity. If you do not have, you can not venünftig work. So my tip: Another hard drive! 300 GB currently cost about 100 ¬ and there about 23 hours of DV footage on it fit.



Antwort von Gast1:

Ifs you just a question of your edited videos and archive them on the hard drive space to make: play the videos with Premiere and back on the camcorder tape. This is cheap ( ¬ 2 per tape / hour) and well, you want to later re-edit the video, AVI is (as it is synonymous to tape) in the correct format for that.

Want to create only place, but the videos might look / occasion again, but not change: Take Windows Movie Maker and convert to WMV, the advantage: it costs nothing. Alternative: Purchase your ProCoder Express or TMPGEnc to convert your AVI and MPEG-2nd Which you can then burn to DVD, and although as a video DVD, which runs in any standalone player and it played back on television is.
After you have converted the videos you can delete the AVI. But even before reading the notes of Mark.



Antwort von Gast 0815:

You zunächsteinmal Consider what you have to continue with your video files, with high probability if you do not want to edit more clearly you do, on what devices they are intended to be playable (stand-alone DVD player, computer?). For hedging purposes are indeed auchnoch offers a return play on DV on tape.
DVD has the advantage of being played everywhere and is currently the de facto standard as the final product of the video editing of DV material. Xvid / Divx achieve better compression, but are just in the use of some "modern" control almost exclusively s.PC intuited.
This is synonymous true for the newer codecs MPEG-4/AVC who believe Once again cut off much better in quality / space ratio and many of those that they will grow towards the future s.Gewicht descendants MPEG-4/ASP (DivX / Xvid) , an example from this group would be codec) free X264 (http://x264.nl/.
But no preference with which you treat your data "in a little less synonymous with DVD and CD as the location, note the often very short lifetime of these media, therefore, examined regularly for errors and if necessary copy files to a new medium; synonymous if the files only on available hard drive, they are naturally as in a crash at high risk.
Personally, I do the backup as follows:
A copy will be back to DV tape (if it worked again in the future or what transcoded into another format),
for playing / sharing another as a video DVD and a third (for further backup / viewing on a PC) as the Xvid file (about 80% d. quality source material) on an external hard drive, the latter will in future be replaced by an X264.

Greetings from Marburg



Antwort von Martzen:

A good evening,
The idea with the recording to mini dv seems really easy and straightforward. Am I here because quality loss?

Grüss you,

Martzen



Antwort von Gast 0815:

When was your source material already DV-Avi, as well as not. To back up then that's certainly a good way!

Greetings from Marburg



Antwort von Markus:

"Guest 0815" wrote:
When was your source material already DV-Avi, as well as not.

This means that the quality loss is more of a theoretical nature. On Television You will perceive no difference to the original recording.

Unless you made while editing some stupid things. ;-)




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