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    Free tutorial: How to encode NICE h.264 from premiere pro (and other NLE'S)
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    Well, a few people around this joint have been asking me "hey dude, how did you encode that 720P HD H264.mov file?, it looked great"

    well, this is my EASY way (not involving gordian knott and vdub etc), this one involves one FREE plugin and one PAY encoding program. However, it gets the job done. Also, the pay program offers a free 30 day trial. So why not test it out right?

    Hopefully this is helpful. Im not a pro tutorial maker. Let me know what you think.

    PS: I had to voice it over afterwards because i THOUGHT my mic was one the first time but it wasnt. heh.

    This one is a little scatter-brained, but hey, thats why we have a rewind feature ;)

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    http://www.dvxhost.com/tutorial/h264hd/H264HD.html

    Also to see the other tutorial's i have made pertaining to HD, visit http://www.dvxhost.com/tutorial/

    and browse around.


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    that was excellent man. thank you!


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    J, you're funny man. I like your tutes & hosting - dvxhost.com. Thanks.


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    Excellent tutorial. Quick and to the point. Thanks!


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    Excellent! Entertaining! Informative! What more can I say but Thanks!?

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    Quick Question: Did you use the Adobe HDV preset for the project in your tutorial?
    Last edited by Kirock7; 01-26-2007 at 06:59 AM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirock7
    Excellent! Entertaining! Informative! What more can I say but Thanks!?

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    Thanks guys and No, i did not use the HDV preset, i shoot with a canon A1 at 24F and used the canon A1 presets. Apreciate all the good words, for some reason i felt like i was doing something wrong with the final aspect ratio in tmpegnc, although it looks fine, my gut tell's me theres something im missing. If thats the case and i end up figuring it out, ill update it.


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    ^^ as long as the pixel aspect ratio was 1:1 and ur resolution was 1280x720 it is perfect. (im pretty sure it was)


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    Quote Originally Posted by YauYin
    ^^ as long as the pixel aspect ratio was 1:1 and ur resolution was 1280x720 it is perfect. (im pretty sure it was)
    yes, for 1280x720 it is, however, when i did my personal smaller rez for that friend i was talking about i made it 720x576 and im not sure if it was.


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    Very nice, thanks!
    Do you know if there´s a frameserver version for the Mac working with FCP, creating a fake .mov?
    Rendering out uncompressed first is really annoying and timeconsuming, your workflow makes way more sense...
    And could I do the encoding on a different machine, thus being able to continue editing while encoding?
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    Quote Originally Posted by t-h-e-w-h-o
    yes, for 1280x720 it is, however, when i did my personal smaller rez for that friend i was talking about i made it 720x576 and im not sure if it was.
    720x576 is for pal, i think it was but i cannot recall if u set the pixel aspect ratio to 1.5 (which u would for pal widescreen pal if i recall correctly)


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