Infoseite // Recording with Adobe Premiere Pro 7.0 and Choice, the right format

Frage von cocoloco:

Hello together

Somebody get the following questions are answered below or settings in order? How should I approach to output after processing the best quality on DVD (File-Export-film or File-Export-Media Encoder?)? What settings are optimal?

1. which options to take on Premiere Pro 7.0 when I start a new project (registration requirements and load custom settings tab)

I've selected the following:
Load requirements: Pal - DV standard 48kHz
Custom settings General:

DV Playback
25.00 frames / second
D1 / DV PAL (1,067)
Bottom Field First
25-fps timecode
Area for protected tracks 20%, 20%
Protected area for action 10%, 10%
48000 Hz
Audio Samples

: Recording
DV / IEEE1394 recording

Video Rendering:
I can not select anything

Standard sequence:
everything on default

Would really appreciate if someone could help me. The handling of Premiere is simple, but the whole format, etc. ....


Antwort von Markus:


The premiere presentation of PAL-DV Standard 48 kHz is fine if you video recordings (DV-AVI) in the 4:3-want to edit format.

If the film after editing a DVD-Video


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