Help needed, Adobe premiere elements

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    • #41316
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      Hello, I was wondering whether someone could help me. I have spent hours and hours modifying the footage I shot while I was in Rome. In Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0, it looks good, but as soon as I save the film in mpeg or avi and play it, the quality becomes really poor. When I keep the cam steady, the film is alright (the quality is not excellent, but its alright) but as soon as the camera starts moving, the film starts trembling, shaking and shocking and the quality is really poor. Sometimes the mpeg files are watchable in nero showtime, but when I try to burn those files or move them to another computer, it gets the same trembling. I dont know what to do. I would like to be able to watch them on a DVD. Can you help me?

      Roos

    • #175551
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      It sounds like a fielding problem. Try reversing your field order.

    • #175552
      AvatarAnonymous
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      I already tried all the field options, but thanks anyway! Any other suggestions?

    • #175553
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Can we see a sample of this problem? (maybe a full resolution still and a full or 1/3 resolution short clip?)

    • #175554
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      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLp9f0ztty8
      but strangely enough the problem doesn’t show here, but when I watch in on my computer it happens or when I burn using premiere’s burn to dvd, or burn to folder and then burn with imgburn.
      or when I export to avi and then use nero vision or nero burning rom…
      but when I watched one of my test dvd’s on my computer it was fine but when I tried to watch in on my dvd-player it happened again.
      so mpegs have the problem but not avi’s, but when burning it screws it up.
      I tried all the fielding options available but that only enhances the problem and creates the same problem in the previewer.

    • #175555
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Could you post a file that has the problem as a file somewhere? [not as a video on a site like youtube]?

    • #175556
      AvatarAnonymous
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      I don’t know how to do that. The file is 100 MB, I don’t know how I the film any smaller πŸ™

    • #175557
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      Roos,

      Could it be your compression settings? Can you tell us what the bit rate of your video is when you create the DVD? Or, can you tell me what the total duration of the video is on a single DVD disc?

      Mark

    • #175558
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Roos – use a search engine to search for free big file host.

    • #175559
      AvatarAnonymous
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      The bitrate is:
      Minimum 1,5
      Target 6,0
      Maximum 8,0
      Mbps

    • #175560
      AvatarAnonymous
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      It happens with long films, as well as very short ones

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