DV Info Net

DV Info Net (https://www.dvinfo.net/forum/)
-   High Definition Video Editing Solutions (https://www.dvinfo.net/forum/high-definition-video-editing-solutions/)
-   -   HDV - SD premiere CS4 workflow (https://www.dvinfo.net/forum/high-definition-video-editing-solutions/189402-hdv-sd-premiere-cs4-workflow.html)

Dan Chiaperini April 12th, 2009 11:45 AM

HDV - SD premiere CS4 workflow
 
Hi guys,
Happy easter.

I am new in HDV and NLE, and I would like to share this with you. I hope you enjoy it.

Few weeks ago I decided to change my old junk PC into a new intel quadcore with 4 gb memory and a 9600 512mb geforce (it is not the fasted one but for light video editing I think it is more then enough). To get the most of it I install the windows vista 64.

First of all I install the CS 3, but for some reason it was slowest then in my other PC, so I remember about the premiere CS4, and it was going wonderful, until I finish editing and came the encoding part. You just cannīt used anything besides encoder, how adobe did this. You cannīt frameserver or either install a different encoder.

So after serching on the need this is my final workflow:

Sony FX7 miniDV, HDV 1080 60i
Capture: hdvsplit
Editing: premiere pro CS4 (newest update)
Encoder:
-I direct open the premiere project into after effects, and then rendered lossyless with Huffuyv 100% quality.
-Open the AVI in Virtual dub and resized lazcross (I am not sure if it spelled like this)
-Frameserved from vdub to tmpgenc to export dvd with 2 Vpass. 1/4/8 Mb
-Authoring with DVD architect pro 4.5.

I think the results were amazing, there are not that saw effects on the edges and in moving parts due to the interlaced (which is the main issue from exporting from premiere and encoder).

But, I still get some squares in a short beard or in crowed places that make the image not perfect clear as I want. I believe it is some configuration options from tmpgenc, because I test the AVI from the Vdub and it is perfect.



I post on the premiere forum, donīt know how to removed from here.

Comments please: http://www.dvinfo.net/conf/attend-wo...ml#post1083985


All times are GMT -6. The time now is 04:24 AM.

DV Info Net -- Real Names, Real People, Real Info!
1998-2020 The Digital Video Information Network