DV AVI export from Premiere desktop elements blurred deinterlace - setting?
Frage von theoneandonlyone: November 2009
I AVCHD footage with Adobe Premiere Elements 7 and then processed as the export DV AVI format chosen. While it's not blurry in the preview window and is not synonymous verschommen as output to DVD, the output as a DV AVI file (PAL widescreen), blurred (for info: The film is so long that I no longer do this in a Project and therefore can actually create multiple DV AVI files they wanted to merge it to the final film.
I've already rausgefunden that we can resolve the problem eg with VirtualDub by the DV-AVI file deinterlaced. However, I will give an apparent until now always the wrong settings, because on the one hand gives me Virtual Dub instead of 16:9, the "new" AVI to 4:3 and it is still blurry.
Can someone help me here as I unravel the sharpness of 16:9 that is, how must I set up VirtualDub (which filter which config concerning whether deinterlacing mode and field order that compression, if any) and what other way is still there.
Danke schon mal :-)
Antwort von mangray:
DV-AVI is already a format similar to interlace, so Halbbildmaterial. The stop watches, depending on what do you use for a player, "washed out" from. The field order is to be set according to the source material.
nice day mangray
Antwort von theoneandonlyone:
hi is no preference of the player with whom I of intuition. Also burned on various DVD players, it is blurry ...