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Old April 15th, 2007, 11:18 PM   #16
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Wow... that would be great if there wasn't much quality loss in the picture exporting back to HDV MPEG.

So just to make sure I have this right... I capture my HDV from my camera, add it all to my timeline, finish my sequence and go to File->Export->Adobe Media Encoder, and then I choose MPEG-2.

Since I am using these exported files to make web encodings, do I set the pixel aspect ratio to 1.0 Square or do I keep it at the 1.333 HD Anamorphic? I never understood that. Thanks so much for your help and guidance guys.
Just select the HDV preset that matches the HDV aquisition format that your camera uses, it shoudl be 1.333 anamorphic 1440x1080 for 1080i hdv. I am unsure what the preset is if you own a 720p hdv camera
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