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Old January 23rd, 2005, 07:18 PM   #211
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DVD from Pro/ copy protection?

Is there anyway I can copy protect my DVD's that I burn from my footage in Premiere Pro 1.5
Or is there software or a standalone product to use?
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Old January 23rd, 2005, 11:16 PM   #212
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No. There isn't any way to protect them. Not unless you pay the big bucks to have them glass mastered, and even then it is easy enough to copy the VOB files.
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Old January 23rd, 2005, 11:18 PM   #213
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Old January 24th, 2005, 06:42 AM   #214
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I suspect your assumption is correct. You are sure this file is in
59.94 frames per second and not fields per second (which is just
interlaced)? What is the source of this movie?
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Old January 24th, 2005, 11:41 AM   #216
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Getting 5.1 audio into Encore and burning

I'm trying to do 5.1 surround using Premiere Pro, Encore DVD and Audition.

Question 1: What audio transcoding should I use in PPro when I export that will keep the 5.1 audio but that Encore will be able to import?

Question 2: Can Encore import and burn a DVD that uses 5.1 audio? If so, what format must the audio be in to be able to import it, AC3, PCM... what?

Questions 3: Will PPro burn video and 5.1 audio to DVD without me having to buy another transcoder (like the surcode demo that came with PPro for $295!)? If so, what settings should I use.

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Old January 24th, 2005, 12:10 PM   #217
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Josh, in Windows Media Encoder, there are settings to deinterlace while compressing. Just feed it your finished interlaced AVI file. That seems to do the trick for me.
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Old January 24th, 2005, 02:43 PM   #218
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Film transfer question 24p

Hey -

I'm shooting my next short on Super8 film at 24p.

My transfer house can only do standard 3:2 pulldown, not the advanced pulldown.

1) Do I need a DVX100 to import 3:2 pulldown footage from my transfer house? It seems any miniDV camera should be able to playback a standard 3:2 pulldown (it's just 60i with a funky repetition of frames..).

2) What am I losing by not using the advanced pulldown? My end product will be a DVD.

3) Should I export my final movie as a 24p timeline from PP1.5 to Encore? Or should I stick with the native DV 29.97? What would look better given the standard 3:2 pulldown?

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Old January 24th, 2005, 04:24 PM   #219
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You are losing some quality with the standard 2:3 pulldown.

2:3:3:2 Advanced pulldown ensures that you can recover the original frames as whole frames. The single split frame is discarded.

2:3 Standard pulldown will have frames that are not fully recoverable as full frames. Some of your original frames will be split and compressed jointly, resulting in a quality loss. Some people have reported that those split frames have a noticable brightness difference from the other frames.

If you are a stickler for quality, insist on Advanced pulldown only.

Further, some people edit the footage without removing the pulldown. While this is generally acceptable, split frames may slip through at times, which can foil the deinterlacing in some progressive displays (like plasma screens), and this may be noticable.

Best bet is to remove the pulldown and edit in a 24fps timeline. Output that directly to DVD and let the DVD player recreate pulldown upon playback.
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Old January 24th, 2005, 07:29 PM   #220
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Thanks Pete!

The Multi-Band and Dynamic effects work really well, I don't have anymore audio cracking! I belive it's the best way to go to fix this problem. I've never been the best at audio so im still trying to figure it all out. I geuss practice makes perfect, thanks for all the info its really helped me alot!

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Old January 24th, 2005, 08:32 PM   #221
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It was something I saved off an ATI TV capture card. After tinkering more with Premiere, I'm getting the feeling that it does not have the ability to edit MPEG files correctly...
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Old January 24th, 2005, 10:53 PM   #222
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Exporting - I just cant seem to get it

Hey all,

I have the HDR-FX1 Sony cam and I'm using Premiere Pro 1.5 w/ the cineform plug-in. I'm able to import the HDV footage and it looks SUPERB in the source/composer windows. I cut it, threw in some transitions and I'm now onto export my clip.

OK, now, I have two problems I'm facing here.

1) When I use the media encoder, I get the error message saying "Audio upmixing is not allowed. Cancelling the operation". I checked the Adobe forums for this and what I found out in the searches was that I'm trying to pump either mono into a stereo sound or, I'm trying to pump stereo sound into 5.1 sound. I'm not trying to do any of that. All I want to do is export the darn thing!! Anyone have any ideas on this?

2) When I uncheck the "audio" checkbox so I don't get that error anymore, everyone of my movies is very choppy. Doesn't matter the res, it can as small as your left mouse button and it will still be choppy. I just can't seem to export it correctly. It looks great in Premiere. Any ideas on this one?
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Old January 25th, 2005, 04:02 AM   #223
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1. to what format are you exporting? (I assume Windows Media / WMV)

2. what codec / template have are you using?

3. any settings you are changing?
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Old January 25th, 2005, 04:05 AM   #224
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That may very well be. But if you got it of a TV card it should be
60i (59.94 fields per second = interlaced) and not 59.95 fps (frames
per second).

Why do you think it is 59.94 fps? You can try the free www.virtualdub.org
program to load the mpeg and then export it as uncompressed
AVI. In the end I'm pretty sure you are having a field/framerate
problem.

Which version of Premiere?
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Old January 25th, 2005, 09:15 AM   #225
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good NEWS~!!

Hey guys, good news it works. I tired out the demo and it works nicely.
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