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Thread: Transferring HD to Standard Def?

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    Default Transferring HD to Standard Def?

    I've just got my hands on a new video camera and I'm finding it hard to fight the temptation to film my next short film on the HD setting, as opposed to the the normal SD setting.

    Seeing as I would want to upload the finished product to the internet and send it to people who may not have the ability to play HD, is there a way to downgrade the footage?

    I have the access to the latest versions of Avid and Adobe through my university.

    Cheers

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    If you have access to latest versiosn... then (and some here may not agrrre with me, but this is my 2p...

    I have an HDV camera. I ALWAYS shoot HDV footage and always capture HDV footage and always edit in an HDV project in Premiere. Once my project is editted I can then choose whatever final format and resolution I want to export my video in. Often I simply export as standard def MPEG2 for DVD authoring. But I can always just open the same project and then create my own high def export as well.

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