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    Hello, this is my very first time on a forum and I really don't know how does it work.

    I am having quality problems editing VOB in Adobe Premiere Pro CS3. What I've done is:

    I've renamed the files VOB in mpg because I couldn't put the original video into adobe program.

    After that I could work on DV - NTSC (Standart 48kHz. I processed trought adobe media encoder MPEG2, wich I got a mpg with a bad definition images

    How can I get a good definition? The video is a video clip of a concert. You can watch it on Youtube - Concierto Sentir que se puede

    Thank you for your help

    Marcelo

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    I don't see much in the way of rendering problems there, considering it's YouTube.

    What exactly do you want to see improved?

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    You won't make an improvement on mpeg video files as they are compressed a lot and so the quality is bad to start with. It's a case of you can't put back what's been taken out, the quality and detail. Also you don't need that high quality video for YouTube, the mpegs are fine unless they are heavily pixelated and unwatchable.

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    Thanks for your reply. You are right when you say I don't need more quality for YouTube. But what I need is to make a DVD with a high qualiy. I'm still having the original files in high quality without compressing. Thanks again.
    Marcelo

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    I'm not good at this stuff much, but the best quality I've had so far from MPEG's comes from using the H264 codec in the Media Encoder. There's a few options to check, but works for me, until I know better! .

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    Thanks Jerry I'll try

    Marcelo

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    try exporting in mpeg-dvd with the media encoder.
    under video set the qualiti to 5
    NTSC since that's your format
    choose 4:3 or 16:9 screen
    bit rate - VBR 2 pass
    M frames 3
    N frames 15

    under multyplixer check DVD or else it'll export the audio and video to 2 different files.

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    Thanks csm, I'll try as you say. I tried under multyplixer and I had to different files as you say.

    Thanks a lot.

    Marcelo

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    if it turns it out good write back

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    I just wanted to let you all know that, I was trying exporting in mpeg-dvd with the media encoder.
    under video set the qualiti to 5
    NTSC since that's your format
    choose 4:3 or 16:9 screen
    bit rate - VBR 2 pass
    M frames 3
    N frames 15

    and the result was two different separed files, a video file (without audio) and a wav file (without images). But I had a blank dvd ready to burn and I got a video with audio. The quality is good but some images are distorted. I couldn't get the final video yet.

    Thanks to everyone

    Marcelo

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