Problem during capture - too small a resolution HELP!!
Frage von feezel: Oktober 2005
Hi, this is my first thread. I'm ABSOLUTE NEWBIES in dealing with video editing programs.
My problem: for the school we should shoot a film (in the literature course). My intro of the film consists of a sequencer auftritten of short excerpts of various live bands. I have all together, in good quality on my calculator.
I use the program, Adobe Premier 1.5 ( 'ne loan from the school, we unfortunately have to give back: ()
The cutting, which has videos, no problem, since one has so quickly reingefuchst. If I now the intro (ca 5min long, several live recordings, with a Audo-file) Export to background, starts the problem. No matter what I do is, instead, always the final product, if I do I will look at the computer for example, with Windows Media Player is much smaller than the original and the picture quality is synonymous worse.
Of course I know that I 'is ne other resolution is necessary.
But I do not know how to do that, I am trying to rum for several hours without success.
I know how annoying it is when you have to answer a question about 21,424 times. In the search I found nothing (less than what is there to look?)
I would be really grateful to you if you Could help me! A link would have me rich ... IRGNEDWAS! :)
Sincerely, (an almost desperate) gates
Antwort von Stefan:
Adobe Premiere is for Beginners quite a hurdle.
It has helped me durchzuackern the working example from the AP, the AP Manual and CD. Here you'll get a feel for what the PROJEKTEINSTELLUNGEN and the EXPORTEINSTELLUNGEN.
In the network there are synonymous tutorials, even a complete course in www.adobe.de or www, adobe.com
My way to learn is not. Mine is a book beside the monitor better.
Your problem may depend except s.ungeeigneten export settings synonymous s.Media Player: Have you already tried to set the View => Zoom 100%?
Good luck The fat Stefan
Antwort von Markus:
(I write in it once fully, then I can link to this posting for recurring issues).
Ideally, you should have the handling of video recordings started in Premiere with the following project settings: DV-PAL, standard 48 kHz. The default is then the Microsoft DV codec (PAL). (*)
When you click Export in the Export Movie window, click Properties and select the file format as Microsoft DV AVI and Microsoft DV compressor (PAL). The image size is then (auto, unalterable) 720 × 576 pixels with pixel aspect ratio as follows: D1 / DV PAL (1.067).
Further information relating to "Video s.PC" 4:3 or 5:4
* Immediately after opening the project template I go to Project menu> Project Settings> Audio and select a conversion rate calculation option to expand, "Very good". This setting is not mandatory, but on my hardware, the sound quality is with this attitude knotless.