Re: render my clip for TV format by Walter Soyka on Jul 1, 2011 at 1:50:42 pm
[Gerardo Flores]"Which settings and format and codecs shall I use for render for TV ???"
You'll need to get a delivery specification from the producers or editors of the show.
When I write a delivery spec, I always include the following information:
Progressive or interlaced frames (and proper field order)
Video bit rate
Number/configuration of audio channels
Audio depth/sample rate/bit rate
This is the sort of information you'll need.
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Best if you ask the tv station what format they need it.
There are a variety of standards that the tv stations use today. Some still use SD while others are HD. Some broadcast widescreen while some still use the 4:3 format. Be as specific in your questions to the tv station as you can.
A few things to ask:
system: NTSC (US, Japan..) or PAL (Europe...)
aspect ratio- 4:3 or 16:9
codec and container