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Glad you got it to work. But neither of these should make any difference.
What OS are you using?
Your field order also need to be upper, not lower.
I am using the latest version of Premiere. When I am going to create a Blu-ray disc I use the setting of H.264 Blu-ray. I bring that video file into Encore CS6. Encore does not have to transcode the file. I then create an Image file. I use ImgBurn to burn the disc.
I have had export and reimport the subtitles.
Now everything is right!
Thank you Stan!
The video is 20 minutes. I will try that, thanks.
If you are now going to make a Blu-Ray and not a DVD those settings should work
Is this bitrate right? and the format right?
If this is your first BD dont start 'messing' with the settings. 20 minutes will fit easily on a BD disk.
Keep the export settings default, use a preset and use also H.264 Bluray.
1. codec is still the same.
2. Make sure you set the menu to 1920x1080 par 1.0.
I'm sorry, I don't know what a BD is. I made the bitrate higher. Now it's showing this. Now it won't create the DVD at all. What should I change? Is there something in the export settings I should change. I'm working on a new Mac & just bought a Verbatim External Slimline DVD writer. I don't know what to do. I'm burning onto DVDs that can hold 4.7 GB and the file is 4.01 GB the wav is 233.9 MB. What could I be doing wrong?
Go back and re-read the first line of my reply #1
You do NOT export using a Blu-Ray preset to create a DVD... Encore will have to transcode again, and your quality will suffer
I have tried consistently importing and re-importing, changing file names, moving where files are located, or destined, I have re-encoded the film twice today and still getting the same error code, it would seem adobe no longer support this software fully, how do I go forward here? I have a client waiting on a Blu-ray disc of their wedding.
What is the exact error message, including any "note" at the end.
Blu-ray Error: "device error", Code "3", Note: "File can not open. (A:\1unload
Files\Working media\Gillian & Mark\Project File\Post\Media Encoder\Bluray 1
\Mark & Gill\AuthorScriptHDMVSessions\Mark & Gill.m4v,_,ves)-
Hi, thank you all for your time & help. John, Ann, Richard, & Stan- thanks!
It has improved, but I don't feel comfortable delivering this to my client. There is still quality loss. Attached is the last export settings & examples of the DVD, which is better, but is there anyway I can improve the quality? Thanks again.
Dont tweak the settings. Use the preset!!!! NTSC DV wide.
a bitrate of all 9 will certainly give trouble.
If you source is interlaced so should your settings be: set it to upper.
Also set Scale to fill then you will lose the black bars.
Of course there is a huge loss in quality.
You are going from HD to SD.
Alternative you could give your movie in mp4 and HD on a flash drive.
There is improvement from when I first started. I did as Ann suggested and used the preset.
I don't feel comfortable delivering this to my client. They paid a lot of money & I feel they deserve a quality product. Is there any way to improve the image quality? I attached the picture of the quality, I don't feel satisfied with the outcome.
Will using Media Encoder help any? They mentioned that when I called regarding this problem.
Comparison picture of video screen sizes in reply #1 http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1120039
You are reducing your video size, and that means a loss of quality... you simply may NOT deliver high definition quality on a DVD