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    Hey,
    I'm working on a 1040 x 640px video (which will be played on rome's olympic stadium's mega screen ) and I have some problems with exporting it.

    I can't get the right format and codecs to get a high quality video....I can't never get it to show up like I see it when editing, I don't have any file size limit, and the movie will go on a dvd.

    I hope someone can help me figuring this out...

    thanks!

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    You're using the "Composition>Add To Render Que" command right? Why not try exporting to a QuickTime Animation Movie. These files can get pretty big but don't skip on the quality and the render time is pretty good. Have a quick look here for some other QuickTime render settings...What system is the final output file going to be played on as this will determine what format you actually can use.
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    If it is going on a dvd there is titally no point in rendering above DVD res...

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    First of all thanks for the replies..

    Actually I wasnt using the "Composition>Add To Render Que" but simply file export...what's the difference between both? I remember I studied it in my AE class a few years ago but I can't actually remember the exact use of it.

    By the way, just doing file export, in Quicktime H264 at max quality it looked like crap for some reason....but anyways I'll take a look at the guide

    I'm not really 100% sure HOW they want the movie...I'll have to investigate on that...if they want it on DVD format, or just ON a dvd (any format)....


    Thanks again...

    Ciao

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    always always always always always use the 'add to render queue' option in AE. Can't emphasise this enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Mills View Post
    always always always always always use the 'add to render queue' option in AE. Can't emphasise this enough.
    Agreed...you get far more options for exporting such as codecs, quality, file size etc etc. ALWAYS use this!!!! Try it and see all the lovely different formats you can use with all there glorious codecs!!
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