I've got an avi file I shot using my camcorder (my daughter's team shooting foul throws) on my PC. I want to put a bunch of these avi files on a DVD then play them back frame by frame so they can see what they are doing right/wrong. Anyone know how/if I can do this? Or should I just keep all the avi's in Premiere and replay them that way on my laptop (yuk).
why not have 2 versions of each video on the DVD - regular and slo-motion. Do the slow motion in Premiere and maek your mpeg-2. Maybe loop the video a few times. Then upon DVD playback of the slo-mo version, it will be easier to pause if you make it slow enough.
Or if you make a Quicktime file, the Quicktime player lets you do frame by frame with the arrow keys - something windows media player has not figured out.