I just got Adobe Premiere Pro 7. Great Software!
My only real problem that has been bugging me for days is encoding.
I'm using Adobe Premiere Pro for a future project I'm working on for an internet TV show.
I'd like to have a master (high quality) copy, also for burning to a DVD for later, and then the internet/low quality.
When i save my master copy avi first, the quality is great and no glitches..it's produce fine. But 2 minutes of a video is about 600MB!! I'm using the Microsoft DVAVI quality and not compressing the sound or video, because i want this the master. But 600mb for only 2 minutes of content? Isn't that really wasted space? What should i use for a good high quality master copy.
Then I want the low quality "up for download" quality.
I tried using DivX but I kept having problems. the quality would be poor and file siize a bit too big still for what I thought it should be.
So i'm curious to know. What good video and audio settings should I do for both a master/highquality copy. and a internet "up for download" low quality version? WHat codecs, whats good to save space, what settings am i looking for?
Thank you everybody.
Edit: I also would rather not use Windows Media Video files just for certain compatibility issues for people to download online.