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  • your advice please

     Vince Becquiot updated 16 years ago 2 Members · 2 Posts
  • bill hash

    March 14, 2007 at 7:31 pm

    I am preparing to do a series of video segments on a town near me. I was doing it in my older
    dvstorm windows system with premiere 6 and after effects 5. The system crashed and I am going to press my
    acquired rtx2 system into service finally. I have adobe production plus on it.
    Now here is my question or questions.

    I am shooting dv on a sony z1 60 frames interlaced

    placement is going to be google and my tube. All of the video segment will be done in premiere pro2

    what should the output be to get it on the web?

    I had a commercial done in after effects 5 on the crashed system so to repeat the commercial in production studio pro after effects 7 and put the completed AE composition in the premire pro timeline how should the after effects commercial composition be output to premiere pro. Keeping in mind the premiere pro project will be put on youtube and google:

    okay to summarize:

    1.for output to google and youtube what should I output the premire pro project to?

    2. I have a after effects 7 composition which will nest in the premiere pro2 project what should I output
    the after effects comp in to reside in the premiere pro 2 project???

    My concern was the possible double compression of the AE commercial

  • Vince Becquiot

    March 14, 2007 at 8:25 pm

    Well, this was discussed a few times, and unfortunately, unless you know someone at Google, the compression you pick isn’t really going to be a science.

    There have been reports that WMV uploads were leading to better quality (you’ll have to experiment on this one), but most of the CBS and other “partner video” stuff you see that looks really good is uploaded and compressed through other means than your standard upload.

    So, in short, you can either export uncompressed from AE for Windows Media Encoder (which will get you more options), or export to WMV directly from AE. Again, WMV was said to be the option used by some of the director’s better looking videos out there…

    Do a quick search in the archives as many people suggested many options.


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