In After Effects render - to post in Premiere Pro.
Frage von djoesch: September 2007
I have a HDV animation (1280x720 25p) from After Effects render to you in Adobe Premiere Verton and after to burn to DVD (720x576 PAL). To ensure the quality is maintained, I have either uncompressed AVI or Quicktime MOV uncompressed elected. The file has then but for 2:00 min. 8 GB consumed, and I reckon must be 20 films - so much space, I did not.
What codec you could recommend me to render compressed, but still the quality is so good that one does not see the difference and the file size is appropriate, eg 1GB maximial.
Best wishes and thanks, Daniel
Antwort von Jörg:
moin, try as you get with QT animation. Alternatively tga sequences. Gruß Jörg
Antwort von renabue:
Hello, thank you!
I have just as MPEG2 BlueRay rendered approximately 500 MB in the best quality. Does not synonymous bad ...
Antwort von urmel2:
why not as SD from AFX rausrendern if the result should be synonymous SD?
Antwort von bonn:
HDV is a sequence not generally worse when you burn it to DVD, because then the high resolution lines are taken out to them on a DVD (ie PAL resolution) to save? Ultimately, everything is on DVD. So So mpg vob files ... The quality appears s.Pc always getting worse, try just playing with RöhrenTV -> artifacts are mostly gone.
PS could you maybe your e-mails (which of your site or forum from mushrooms) or query me any answer? Have a question about Steadycam. Thank you