Premiere CS3 export for BluRay in Encore to EVISION
Frage von Metzman: Juli 2008
I have clips AVCHD (1920x1080) of my SonySR12 and I have Premiere CS3 with the MainConcept plugin.
My question is what type of export would you recommend for Bluray so mpeg or h264 or plays hardly any role? And what encoder should I take of the MainConcept or Adobe?
And what setting would be the best?
When I test exports problems to the exact clip 5 seconds long, but after the export is either the sound or the video some more pictures and then goes into the encore is not correct.
Alternatively, I look at the demo of vegas 8 angekuckt so that I could only synonymous friends would be the extra 500euros but if adobe does not want and what solls.
best thanks for help Metzman
Antwort von frm:
I have recently created my first BluRay synonymous and found a small problem. Original material of SonyPMWEX1 720P50.MP4, I have CS3 for the MainConcept plug-quality which I personally find a lot better than what the media encoder does. The funny when I was with the MainConcept export (Quality supersehrgut / 720P50 / 30 MBit cbr / Progressive 21min File 6.8 Gb big) then I am still the file again umgerendert because he did not accept it. Strangely, I had then synonymous slight edge in some objects such as the super deinterleacen would not (even though everything was Progressiv).
Conclusion I would actually have been if you have space on 20-30 mbit to go because the quality difference in my opinion is better recognizable.
PS: würd mich interisieren if your encore synonymous to mpg or h246 file umkonvertieren want?
Antwort von Metzman:
So I did again with Adobe Premiere and the encoder as well as synonymous with the MainConcept encoder to export in mpeg2 with 35 mpits flick but the images after the export settings as I have prescribed for mpeg-BluRay used.
then simply with mpeg encore ne BluRay with the movies he does not re-synonymous coding
What do I do wrong?
Antwort von Bruno Peter:
... but the picture flick after the export ...
Perhaps the player is unfit? Is it 60Hz Jerkiness?
Nothing to see in my crystal ball.
Can only say so much, no preference whether Premiere/Encore-, film distiller 6 - or Studio 12-Blur-ray on PS3 jerky for me nothing.