Hello, I've cut together a short (4 minutes) of a holiday video with Premiere Elements and cut together to music. For the Internet, I even have a QuickTime movie (. Mov) and even a Windows Media movie (. Wmv) produces (320x240 pixels, bitrate 30). The former is very well become synonymous, and the second still acceptable. If I were the same movie but as an Adobe Flash movie with the same settings produce, it is totally pixilated. Has anyone any idea what's wrong? Thanks and regards, Arne
Antwort von judgement movie:
Has anyone any idea what's wrong? Thanks and regards, Arne
determined is the s.den export settings. what did you set?
Antwort von Markus:
When two movies look good and the third, despite identical compression settings are not, then I would tend to the image content type as a cause. Little moving image content will result in better than detailed scenes with a lot of movement.
Antwort von Arne666:
Yes, the export settings are actually identical. And I have exactly synonymous with these settings already very good Flashfilmr produced. I was synonymous in the manual to read that too much exercise is bad for flash movies, but hoped it would s.etwas others (if I watch the film so, it seems not at all synonymous sooo much movement to get off). A pity, but then it is probably not as flash. Nevertheless vielenj thanks.
Antwort von Meggs:
(320x240 pixels, bitrate 30)
Do you have 30 frames / sec? The bitrate is something else, and s.der it is probably synonymous. How big are the files? If the pixel is smaller than the good?