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    Default Archiving and extracting highlights from a football match

    Hi guys,

    Total noob - and I could really use some advice!

    I have obtained Premiere Pro and have captured video footage of various football games. I want to achieve the following tasks:

    1. Compress the source file for archiving, whilst retaining a decent enough level of quality that I can use again for mastering.

    2. Extract the highlights from the match, as I will be using these on the web. What is the most efficient way? Please bear in mind the movie has already been captured to DV.

    Thanks in advance,
    Steve

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    1. Compress the source file for archiving, whilst retaining a decent enough level of quality that I can use again for mastering.
    I recommend that you simply archive the footage by retaining the original DV tape. That way you build up a collection of footage without using HD space. Any compression greater than DV would result in more difficult Premiere editing.

    2. Extract the highlights from the match, as I will be using these on the web. What is the most efficient way? Please bear in mind the movie has already been captured to DV.
    Not sure I understand the question. Capture the sections you want to your HD, then edit on the timeline and export to WMV.

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    Thanks for the reply.

    Unfortunately the price of DV tapes means I cannot really afford to keep a hard copy on tape, that is why I am looking for archiving solutions.

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    If you are talking DV tape that is one thing, it might be worth having a miniDV cam to export your footage to. MiniDV tapes are not expensive, you can buy them in bulk for less than $3 each. Archiving to MiniDV tape is quite efficient and safe, much more so than DVD.

    Here is a nice article on archiving
    http://videoinasnap.chuckengels.com/...gueststars.htm
    It is in reference to Premiere Elements but still has a good basic solution that also includes DVDs.
    Last edited by Chuck Engels; 01-07-2008 at 05:51 PM.

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