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    how to get a good video

    hi all..
    i m very glad to joint on this forum, especially on video forum.
    i m very beginner on the video wold, bicause of that, i had a question.

    i have try to edit a video using adobe premiere 6.5. capturing, editing process was successfully. the video look nice on adobe premiere (when i try to preview), but after rendring process was done, why the video result look jerky.

    for informations, on exporting setting i use uncompressed video.

    thanks for the respons, and i m sorry for my bad english

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    Hi Akin
    You are probably trying to view the rendered clip with Windows Media Player so for a HUGE uncompressed file it will be jerky!!

    You are more than likely going to watch this on a DVD player or computer so rather render it as an MPEG2 file which is the normal format for end use video.

    Chris

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    chris is right. check your compression
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    oh thanks for your advise crist,.
    yes im play it at Windows Media Player.


    any other advise or setting in adobe premiere mybe to get a better video quality?

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    Hi Akin
    Yes, when you finished editing render your final file in MPEG2 format.
    You should find the render options easily in Premiere..choose MPEG2 the default bitrate should be between 4000 and 6000 kbs and you need to render your video to 720x480 for NTSC or 720x576 for PAL

    Sorry I can't be more specific but I use Sony Vegas and the codec used there is MainConcept MPEG2

    Your video should play OK in WMP then and even better on a TV

    Chris

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    ok thanks christ,

    i want to try it at my next project.
    one more question, this is about vegas video 5.
    how to insert the graphic logo into the title designer of this software
    ??

    thanks
    Last edited by akin; 20th Sep 2007 at 14:29.

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    Hi Akin

    Very simple with Vegas 5.... if your graphic needs to be full frame then make it 787 x 576 pixels and drop it onto a video track!! If you are using a smaller graphic (like a logo) Vegas will try to resize it so just use the Motion Track Icon on the track to reposition and resize so it looks normal.

    If you get stuck with Vegas my website has a fairly large selection of tutorials made especially for Vegas.

    http://www.softweigh.com/video/tutorials.html

    Chris

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    oh yes, thanks a lot christ,.
    your tutorials on your site is very helpfull..

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