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    Default Ulead 8.0 pro help

    Hey folks!

    I'm using Ulead Media Studio Pro 8.0 and have some problems

    I'm a big noob at encoding my videoes... Everytime i try to create a video it turns out to bee some unknown codec so almost noone can see the movie.

    Is there any tutorials for this stuff?

    btw: my raw footage is in HD Quality.

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    anyone have any suggestions?

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    We need just a little more detail.

    What audience are you encoding for,

    1. TV Audience via a DVD

    2. TV Audience via VHS tape

    3. I want to encode back to camera?

    4. I want to encode for YouTube or similar.

    5. Something else alltogether perhaps,


    Let me know and I wil ltry to lead you through the encoding process,


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    Quote Originally Posted by purejammy View Post
    We need just a little more detail.

    What audience are you encoding for,

    1. TV Audience via a DVD

    2. TV Audience via VHS tape

    3. I want to encode back to camera?

    4. I want to encode for YouTube or similar.

    5. Something else alltogether perhaps,


    Let me know and I wil ltry to lead you through the encoding process,


    Enjoy
    Ok, i have two audiences then

    1. Is best possible quality for youtube.

    2. Is a downloadable version in a "semi-good" quality, like 3min video compressed to about 100mb.

    hope this will make it a bit easier


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    When encoding for YouTube, personally,

    1. From Media Studio create an AVI file

    2. Use Windows Media Encoder to encode to WMV (Remember to de-interlace)

    3. This method will bring you movie in at way less than 100Mb (Dependant upon size and bitrate)


    Enjoy
    COMPAQ something or other with 500Gb Boot Disk, 1Tb external Firewire Disk, 4Gb Memory and a super duper sound card, 19" TFT Monitor etc etc etc
    Sony TRV33e : Sony TRV310e : Canon XM2
    Sony Vegas Studio editions to v11

    Remember, there is always more to learn than there is to teach.

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    Thank you

    But what about the downloadable version? everytime i make a video it turns out to bee in some strange format that the most of the audience don't have the codecs needed for seeing the movie. and the video also kind of lag?

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