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Stevieb
steve@deepb.com
on Jan 14, 2007 at 9:14:27 am

Can someone advise me how to easily export a timeline directly from Premiere Pro into Encore without rendereing
Its not obvious to me without a step into After effects
Thanks

steve


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typpeo
Re: steve@deepb.com
on Jan 15, 2007 at 4:19:42 pm

You can't is the simple answer.

You have to export the timeline first as a file then reimport it into Encore. I believe the best method is to export an AVI and then import that file into Encore. It would be great if in a future version you could open a APP timeline in Encore, but that is wishful thinking.


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Stevieb
Re: steve@deepb.com
on Jan 15, 2007 at 5:50:32 pm

THanks for responding so quickly
I am concered about any appreciable quality loss with the re-rendering...
Any input on that
and thanks again


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typpeo
Re: steve@deepb.com
on Jan 16, 2007 at 4:11:55 pm

Just export as an uncompressed AVI... Encore is going to have to transcode the file into a MPEG2 and you will see quality loss at that stage. That is just the nature of putting a file onto a DVD but besides that you should be fine with making an uncompressed AVI.


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Stevieb
THanks
on Jan 16, 2007 at 4:21:45 pm

thanks


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David Garrett
Re: THanks
on Jan 17, 2007 at 12:02:51 pm

Encore does a good job of encoding the .avi file to mpeg, i have never noticed any qaulity loss in the finished file, having said that , if you have a longish video then you will start to notice some quality loss as Encore has to fit the video onto a single DVD (not unless you are using dual layer discs)


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