Help: DVD quality for Premiere Pro / Encore CS3 very bad
Frage von viggo: August 2007
Hello, I'm still fairly new here and you must immediately get on your nerves with a question ...
Adpbe I'm using Premiere Pro CS3 and Encore associated. Today, I wanted a camera of video I took on PPro and Encore DVD burners. Ichhabe followed all the instructions, in the PAL encoder for high-quality set and burned. First, it took forever, about 1 hour to 13 minutes of film and the result was disastrous. The main problem was that when movements of mankind to brutal movement artifacts comes (this box formation, I do not know exactly how to say). That was not a sport event, incidentally, just normal kids going ...
Can someone tell me what have I done wrong? With this result, I can not live.
When I put the film directly of the Cam on a HD / DVD recorder on the quality of games is very good, incidentally ....
Thank you in advance and nice evening
Antwort von Markus:
the time for the MPEG-2 compression seems to me too long and the result should not be synonymous as bad as you describe it. There must be something fundamentally wrong to be.
I've followed all the instructions, in the PAL encoder for high-quality set and burned.
What have you done before? From what date the video camcorder recordings? How were they transferred to the computer (cables, settings, saved video format, etc.)? Were there any intermediate steps, such as an export as a new video file (in what format?) Before compressing to MPEG2 went?
Antwort von thewhitesmoke:
Hello thank you for the first Antwoert.
I've got of a DV-Cam as a Panasonic NGV 300 (or something similar) in 16:9 widescreen 729x576. The first project I've synonymous with these data. What I noticed is now: Premiere or Encore indeed created a total of 4 files, one of them is the "Video File", I think the ending is M2V (or MV2). If I get this file on your PC anschauen, by direct Draufkilicken, the motion artifact away. There must be somewhere on the path of the hard drive to the Brenner pass ...
Do you notice anything about Ein? Incidentally, I habs been synonymous with progressive and interlaced bottom Picture tried first, no change.
many greetings, Viggo
Antwort von Markus:
... Panasonic NGV 300 (or something like that) ...
The NV-GS300 is 16:9 with 720 × 576 pixels on. The setting in widescreen DV editing program fits also.
If I [this video file] on the PC anschauen, by direct Draufkilicken, the motion artifact away.
If the software player deinterlacing performs, then do not appear to interlace strips. This in turn would lead to believe that with the Halbbildfolge something is wrong.
DV would be lower field first, but some video editing systems, making it the top field first. Test times so synonymous with the upper field first, synonymous if perhaps not appropriate.
Antwort von thsturm:
important is that if you have the film exportierst in the export settings on the hook "new compact" wegmachst!
halbbildreihenfolge is always lower building first!
the best quality you get when you come into settings for export to file "microsoft avi" the compressor to "none" and ask the hook at "new compact" to remove. (needs some s.festplattenspeicher)
obtained with the avi of the Canopus procoder mpeg as to render it, then in encore (not transcoding) put together.
I hope you helped zuhaben!
Antwort von Markus:
... file to "microsoft avi" the compressor to "none" ...
This setting only makes sense if a lot with (transition-) effects, and working titles, but only a second-DV codec has. A good DV codec would be synonymous, especially when the color MPEG2 Convert synonymous again DV Compression equivalent. May be an uncompressed AVI's lead quality is not maintained.
For a pure hard-cut result (no preference what material) blows when you export only the uncompressed file size that does not s.der original image. If there is necessarily a loss-free export must / should recommend the use of a synonymous Lossless codecs such as HuffYUV. This one does not lose image quality but reduces the file size in some cases significantly.