well i have given up with Premiere Pro's ability to export a watchable quicktime h264 file. They look like YouTube quality. So now i have a wmv file instead but the quality is not impressive and clear. infact its interlaced which also got me pissed. I dont get it why my footage is #@(*&@. also you can tell i was having a hell of time with my tripod($70 cheapo one) and the Iris zoom.
I shot Full Auto/60i HD and resulting 29.97fps is still interlaced. everything is just #*(# up.
its approx 210MB and running time is about 3:20
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01-20-2007 01:44 PM
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01-24-2007 09:46 AM
Just FYI, if you are going to describe your file as f$%#ed up and you post a 210mb monster, I can guarantee you that no one is going to download it.
My advice, if you want feedback on quality of compression, etc., is to choose a few seconds on your timeline and export that. The size will be much smaller and the point will still be made.Films on Vimeo: http://www.vimeo.com/pinelakeflms/videos[/SIZE]
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01-24-2007 10:55 AM
You need to take some time and read through the manual and the forums to get a good starting foothold on how to use the camera best. If you already have been doing this then just keep doing it until things start to click for you. I know the camera pretty well but I'm still learning at the same time.Twitter: jayscorsese
01-24-2007 12:52 PM
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in pp2.0 you can easily deinterlace by clicking the de-interlace checkbox when in adobe media encoder (upper left hand corner above preview window). also for web delivery i believe for 720p your bandwidth @ 10 megs/sec is wayyyy too high. it should be no more then 5 megs/sec.