We're working s.einem animated film. The goal is to burn the whole thing on DVD. (Length approx 25min).
So far we have always worked with the Resolution720x576. Our of used codec: Indeo video. The videos are fairly good and the size of her very small. I think that might still be somewhat larger (not just full legacy account)
The animated film, but is now produced in 16:9 and High have sex as much as possible!
My questions: What you normally Resolutionwählt videos for such? With what codec compresses her this?
Antwort von DamienTrickster:
If there is anyway only comes on DVD Mpeg 2 question!
If the film is to be played on the PC vllt a DivX with high bit rate
Antwort von Wusel:
I did forget to mention: I rendere into AVI format.
Antwort von Wusel:
how do you mean? If the videos are previously had a different codec, which will then convert again? (as much ahnung I really do not like this)
mfg again wusel
Antwort von Markus:
1. Is it when the DVD is a DVD-Video, which is to be played on a DVD player? Or a data DVD, which is only used as storage media for your computer?
2. (Follows on from virtually Question 1) Where will the film be played back: On Television or s.Computer?
Antwort von mkrawietz:
It will establish FilmDVD to give the DVD player and PC can be played. (made in Adobe Encore)
With the AVI files (with Indeo video codec), the last of our 10 shooting Works. (made with DV CAM (Panasonic NV-GS 75 In an animated film, we now want to exploit these opportunities more udn synonymous.
The DVD-Video only supports TV resolutions, so in your case would be 720 × 576 pixels correctly. Change is doing just the pixel aspect ratio, ie how wide (a single pixel, and thus fails the whole picture). The software player is the Picture s.Computer then correctly dar.
Have you been gradually rendered the animations? S.Television to improve the presentation, it might be useful in future a DV codec (with fields / interlace / Interlace) to.