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I’m having some problems when I encode my files .avi using Adobe Media Encoder.
It says that has an error ’cause it can’t return to a video frame.
How can I solve it?
I’m using MainConcept MPEG Encoder and I’m having problems.
It says that some frames are UNDERFLOW…
Anyone knows what’s wrong?
MPEG video encoding
MPEG PCM audio encoding, audio mode: 4
MPEG output file: D:G.NTimeline.mpg
MMX:y SSE:y SSE2:y 28:1 3DNowExt:n 3DNow:n CMOV:y
Using library: MainConcept optimized Software Encoder (D:Arquivos de programasMainConceptMPEG Encodermcmpgvout.004)
Initializing video encoder
Number of CPU: 2, available: 2
Video encoder initialized(SMP_MC+)
NOTE: Mux rate may be too low for data rate, watch for PTS/DTS underflows.
Video stream 0 data rate : 1000000 bytes/sec (8000000 bits/sec)
Audio stream 0 data rate : 192000 bytes/sec (1536000 bits/sec)
Total data rate : 1260000 bytes/sec (10080000 bits/sec)
Frame 1560: Underflow possible!!!, bits_to_use=675495, in_picture=688432
Thanks again guys.
You are helping me a lot.
About the encoder thing, I will try to find one without putting the logo after enconding.
Is it possible to resize what I captured? Some things are out of the safe area…so I thought maybe I can resize it putting everything into safe area.
What you think?
U guys know?
Another question for you. Sorry about a lot of topics, but I think it will help folks like me; new user in Premiere.
My question is:
I’m editing a video and when I play anything in both monitors view they are setting to fit the whole view. Is it right?
The other doubt is if I should reduce the image to safe area?
I don’t know if it will cut when I play it on tv (everything passing the safe area.).
If you guys know any tutorial or even answers for it, I will be happy.
Thanks guys for cooperating all informations you know to help me doing this project.
What about the converter?
Tomorrow I will start it.
For my final product (people will buy the dvd and play in home tv, etc.) should I use Interlaced or Frame mode?
As far as shooting in frame mode, if you’re planning on showing this on a TV you don’t want to use frame mode. You’ll want to use regular interlaced mode. If you’re planning on using this on the web only, then you could try using frame mode. You’ll won’t get very good results in trying for the film look by going the way you’re talking about. Documentaries and movies are two somewhat different animals.
Shooting in frame mode is not good? For a mix (doc and movie).
I mean, for action shots, should I still capturing images using regular interlaced mode? I will use it on a TV etc. It is a DVD.