Creating video for the Internet with Adobe Premiere Pro
Frage von LiquidHorizon: September 2006
long ago when I was working with DV editing. Well, I created my current video project with Premiere, and now it wants for the Internet, or for transportation to render into a format that 1 a clean picture and sound quality supplies and 2 do not eat too much space. And just two s.diesen score, the dog is buried. In the short film is a short documentary from our studio, and therefore the sound is synonymous correspondingly important. Unfortunately I have not managed to save the film is now reasonable, because Frankly, I do not know in what format. It would be important synonymous nor that it is a format which is pretty much every Windows Calculator right away.
I'm happy about every answer.
Antwort von Wiro:
Hello, a format that can pretty much every Windows Calculator right away, is WMV. "Standard-public" on the Internet is currently a standard DSL connection (768 kbit).
The provided preset in Adobe Media Encoder is WM9 PAL 512th download Take this preset as a starting point and look up to you whether it meets your ideas. Under "public" can turn all the settings as needed until doomsday - but be careful! You should know what you are doing ;-))) Gruss Wiro
Antwort von prem:
I found in Premiere Elements Slashcam tutorial settings for meaningful drop in the net. These were:
The values for frame rate and image size are under the item "audience will find" (Fig. 4). In general, the best results are achieved by the values of the source material to be cut in half (or divided by an even number). The frame rate so we share 12.5 - which already saves a lot of data. The default frame size of 320 x 240 is derived from how the frame rate 30, NTSC format, is the 640 x 480 pixels. Instead, we take half of the PAL values, ie 360 x 288th The pixel ratio should be square.
At 7.5 min video with sound, the 27 MB was found, I guess that's all right.
Antwort von LiquidHorizon:
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