Can I export clips on my Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 timeline directly to Pro Coder 3 and get a better compression than I get from Premiere Pro and thus a high quality DVD or should I just export from Premiere Pro and then open the resulting avi file in Pro Coder 3 and use the DVD codec?
My aim is to get a higher quality DVD output than Premiere Pro.
Thanks - Raymond
Now that I got it to workl, apparently Procoder 3 will trancode the Premiere Pro Timeline file directly, although very slowly. It remains to be seen which does a bettter encoding job, Premiere Pro or Procoder 3. Just looking for a good end product.
Thanks for your reply, Raymond