I'm filming with a Panasonic HDC SD300 AVCHD format and edit the movies in Adobe CS4 Premium Bundle natively after a 1080i AVCHD Project. So far, so good.
Now I'm not sure what kind of output format for my media playback chain of export, the right thing.
I have our home network, that is, the media (movies, photos, music) are on a NAS and be streamed over the network clients (Popcourn hour or HTPC) s.div. Devices (LCD / Plasma) output.
Now I am looking for the high quality and yet space-saving output format / container for this configuration. If event. h.264 the right thing? But there's still synonymous h.264 blue ray. What is the difference? What data rate?
At the output formats in Premiere CS4 I am "somewhat" confused, illiterate and still synonymous (format? Container?).
Gibt's event. anywhere a usable and understandable tutorial for CS4?
Thanks and greetings Armin
Antwort von ritschie:
there is a tutorial of Video2Brain.
On your question with the h.264 formats.
The format is h.264 as far as I can remember more suitable for mobile or Internet applications. Like Apple TV, Apple I-pod, SonyPSP, YouTube zb ..... Why not buzz when exporting to the defaults. You see what all's in it.
The format h.264 Blue Ray's just the format that is on a regular Blue Ray.
I would s.deiner agency working with the h.264 format or MPEG2 Blue Ray Blue Ray.