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    Default Video quality loss during Encore rendering

    Hi,

    I´ve taken hours of video during my army service (Finland) and have now compiled a 2-minute clip of it all. After exporting the movie with Premiere in Microsoft lossless AVI (or something similar) the clip was just under 4gb.

    I imported it to Encore 2.0 and rendered it with "NTSC DV high quality 8mb CBR 1 pass". I built the project, encore burnt the project - size: under 200mb??

    What´s the problem? The clip will shown on a huge screen - I really need it to be between 3 -4 gb.

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by abrotherus View Post
    I really need it to be between 3 -4 gb.
    Why does it NEED to be 3-4 Gb?

    DVDs contains MPEG2 encoded video. your 2 minute clip once encoded has come out at a ferw hundred Mb. Sounds normal to me.

    An hour long movie on a DVD will likely be a few Gb so a couple of minutes will be a lot less right? The size of the screen is irrelevant because it is standard NTSC and the dimensions are fixed.

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