I'm having some problems burning my projects to DVD's while maintaining a high video quality, regardles of which software I use. I'm not a n00b crying for help on what settings I should use and am perfectly willing to do the research to solve this issue on my own, so don't worry! Haha. My question is, I'm able produce some fairly nice effects in AE after a year or so's experiance, and am using the "Make Movie" function to create DV PAL AVI's which I then import into Premiere and add to the footage I've editied there, before exporting the entire thing as a DV PAL AVI ready to be burnt onto a DVD and viewed. In Media Player, etc. it all looks fine, yet often the scenes that have been exported from AE are sluggish and ugly compared to the rest, which stayed in Premiere, which are of a sharper, smoother quality.
So, I ask, is this a problem with the codec settings I'm using to export the file from After Effects, or is this a problem that needs to be addressed via settings of my DVD burning software?
Seems strange to me is all that it looks fine in Media Player, it is all the same file which has come out of Premiere, so how come when it goes onto DVD it's able to pick out certain "After Effected" scenes and make them uglier? I figured since I'm exporting from both AE and Premiere as the same file type, the quality on the DVD would be consistant, wether that be consitantly bad or good.
Hope you get what I mean, I've been up the past 2 days finishing a wedding video and am beggining to go a little mental Just looking for a few pointers, I'm presuming my export settings are wrong somewhere, just don't want to be messing around in AE if it's a problem to be solved in Encore and vice versa.