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Nathan Quattrini
transcode settings in Encore CS3 for 24 frames?
on Apr 10, 2009 at 2:50:41 pm

Ok so I exported my 3 short films (all 23.976) and then dropped them into encore. Used the "automatic" transcode settings, and burned a DVD. Looks like crap. I found I can make my own preset for transcoding, so what settings should I be using to make the video not jittery and blurry? Thanks



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Jeff Bellune
Re: transcode settings in Encore CS3 for 24 frames?
on Apr 10, 2009 at 3:22:51 pm

Encore won't properly encode 23.976 fps video for NTSC DVD. Use Pr or a third-party encoder.

-Jeff

The Focal Easy Guide to Adobe Encore DVD 2.0


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Nathan Quattrini
Re: transcode settings in Encore CS3 for 24 frames?
on Apr 10, 2009 at 3:53:10 pm

Use premiere how? The only way I found so far was to export a 24 frame file, then open a new PR project with 29.97 frame rate, import the 24 video, turn off frame blending, then export as 29.97. Then put that video into Encore. I can`t burn straight to DVD since I have other videos etc to mix with. Is this the only way to do it?



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Joe Bowden
Re: transcode settings in Encore CS3 for 24 frames?
on Apr 10, 2009 at 3:56:09 pm

Did you do your editing in Premiere? If so, just open the sequence and export it to MPEG-2 as 24p.



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Nathan Quattrini
Re: transcode settings in Encore CS3 for 24 frames?
on Apr 10, 2009 at 3:58:52 pm

I did do it all in premiere. If I export as mpeg2 does it still need to transcode in encore? How will it control how to compress each separate video so they all fit on the DVD?



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Joe Bowden
Re: transcode settings in Encore CS3 for 24 frames?
on Apr 10, 2009 at 4:54:30 pm

Make sure you MPEG-2 settings are for 23.98 fps progressive.

You'll have to manually calculate your bit budget using this method. There are lots of online bit budget calculators...take a look at videohelp.com



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