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vandakegrepost from premiere forum
by on Oct 5, 2002 at 5:23:32 pm

When I'm exporting DV via the CCE plugin, do I want to choose drop frame? I haven't really seen a difference b/w two encodes I tried (one with and one without).
Also, what about progressive frames? Would that be beneficial for projects such as montages or dvd menus, which are mostly still frames?
Thanks!


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Noah KadnerRe: repost from premiere forum
by on Oct 5, 2002 at 9:24:09 pm

Drop frame is fine- will not affect quality. Progressive is only useful on progressive material- shot with a progressive camera or CGI.

Noah


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vandakegRe: repost from premiere forum
by on Oct 6, 2002 at 2:30:03 am

thanks noah, that's what I figured.


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