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James EdwardsExport Settings for HD to DVD
by on May 26, 2014 at 3:16:34 am

What settings/process are you guys using for DVD delivery. I still have a few things I need to convert for DVD and am just not happy with the look at this point. Original footage is 1080i

Thanks in advance

James Edwards
Media Director
Riverland Hills Baptist Church

James K Edwards
Media Director
Riverland Hills Baptist Church


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Floh PetersRe: Export Settings for HD to DVD
by on May 26, 2014 at 10:52:59 am

Depends on where/how you encode for DVDs and what codec you use for your edit. I work most of the time in ProRes 422, and I export as Self contained when I am sure that I am only using ProRes in my timeline. If not, I do a QuickTime export to ProRes with 0-255 colorspace, which matches the ProRes description. This way all tools that can work with ProRes files (e.g. Compressor, Adobe Media Encoder,…) will deal with the right colorspace.



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Robert StoneRe: Export Settings for HD to DVD
by on May 27, 2014 at 3:39:24 am

I do the same - 1080i ProRes 422 movie and then use BitVice to downsize and compress for DVD.

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Jaeson KoszarskyRe: Export Settings for HD to DVD
by on May 28, 2014 at 8:25:00 pm

If I need to convert to something else, I usually export as a by-reference MOV and then process that file through Sorenson Squeeze. I have also fed Squeeze self-contained files but the by-reference files conserve more drive space.



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James EdwardsRe: Export Settings for HD to DVD
by on Jun 2, 2014 at 8:45:30 pm

Thanks guys...BitVice was the answer to my issues! Video looks great and everybody is happy.

James Edwards
Media Director
Riverland Hills Baptist Church

James K Edwards
Media Director
Riverland Hills Baptist Church


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