I have a huge problem in the production of a film. I diverses footage with Pinnacle Studio 9 via Firewire loaded on my calculator. (In avi format). After I edited the movie in Adobe Premiere Pro and individual sequences via Adobe Media Encoder as MPEG2 for DVD export. (Default: High Quality 4Mbs, VBR, 2 Pass - PAL lower Field first). The resulting files I imported with Adobe Encore DvD and integrated into a menu. Afterwards I then create it into a DvD. So far, so good - the quality is fine, but when played on my Television when there is rapid camera pans heftigte staircase effects in the Picture.
I have a bit of reading through various forums and my current knowledge (I'm bloody Beginners in the reference to DV editing), I suspect that it somehow with the half-frames too has done, and interlaced with the use of what the television. What I have also read is that the films of a DV Cam transferred via Firewire are generally lower field first . constitute Accordingly, yes, but would be all right for me synonymous with Premiere for the setting on the encoder "Bottom field first had." For test purposes, I have then a fast-motion scenes 6 times Encoded. The quality settings the same, but 3 versions each with a preceding filter "assembly" (depending even with "top", "bottom" and "Progressive"). More 3 versions without this filter, turn the setting for Hilbbild varies with the top, bottom and progressive. Then again, I have created a DVD with Encore with these 6 MPEG2 's as content. Nevertheless, all 6 films on my Television to provide these ugly Strips in the pan. Is it possibly s.den Einstellugnen of Encore DvD every film re-calculated? (Encore DvD but writes every imported movie "Transcoding is not necessary," and I have not synonymous the feeling is there anything recalculated. (this is synonymous much too fast). Nevertheless, I have burned them once DvD with Transcode Settings PAL HQ, 4Mbit VBR, 2 Pass 25FPS lower halbild first. And even with the top field first. Meanwhile, I have burned piles nen DvD blanks and white not next. I hope someone here can give me the crucial tip. You saved me a Christmas gift to :-) Thanks in advance!
Antwort von Stefan:
There are AP installations that have a fool when you export out of MPEG from AP.
The field order is wrong in principle then, no preference what you set! And that is not readily corrected in the MPEG encoder plugin.
Try to be fun, an AVI (DV export snippets: lower field first) and in the standalone encoder to encode the ....
Good luck The fat Stefan
Antwort von AndyZZ:
I'd try it once ner with higher data rate. In fast moving picture you encounters with 4Mbit / s variable bit rate, despite the most rapidly s.The limits. What hast thou set for minimum and maximum bitrate for VBR? Just try it once with 6 Mbps CBR, for example ...