The best strategy I found, when using premier elements was:
1) for .mov, export the uncompressed file (export movie), then open this file in quicktime pro (costs $30), then export using compressions on freevlog
2) for .wmv use the adobe compressor thingy (can't remember the name) and just use the settings for high quality dsl
On 4/4/06, usadutch2001 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I made this great video this morning for the video blogging week 2006
but the endresult looks like crap, can someone take a look at it and
maybe advise me on the settings for MOV and MWV files?
I use adobe premiere elements 2.0
Someone can tell me what's wrong with it ?
I use a decent camera; Panasonic GS150 3 ccd and I do not reuse tape.
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