Non-Linear Output Formats

Producing Final Video

Export to DVD – For best results capture or record at the following specs:

  • Frames size: NSTC standard 720 x 480. if different, it will auto scale.
  • Frame rate: 29.97 fps (NSTC). All footage must be same rate.
  • Ascept ratio: 4:3 or 16:9
  • Audio – 16 bit depth and 48 kHz sample rate
  • Export to file for streaming: QuickTime, Windows Media and RealMedia
  • Export to file for progressive downloadable video

Vimeo

Codec H.264

MP4 Multiplexer

Frame rate: 24, 25, or 30 fps constant same as footage

bit rate: 5,000 – 10,000 – 720p hd or 10,000 – 20,000 1080p hd

resolution – sd 640×480 4:3, 640×360, 16:9 hd 1280×720

codec: audio aac-lc

320kbits/s

48 kHz

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Finished Documentary

Tying up loose ends..

I have more to report but getting horizontal is my main priority. I will fill in the details in the a.m. and have a link for you.

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My Project in the Premier Timeline Window

I finished editing. Rendering is another matter. Here’s the status. Yes, I does say 11 hours.

Encoder

Encoder

Sound: Often Overlooked but JUST as Important as the Visuals!!

My project is very dependent on audio, so I have determining that I will capture the audio straight to Adobe Audition with my laptop. Previously, I recorded the pipe organ at St. John the Episcopal Church with the Nikon D5100’s on-board mic. I was unhappy with the output. The audio files peaked out and produced a clipped file. I do not want this to happen again. I have included a couple of useful videos about Audition.

Recording an Audio File

How to Use Audition in Video Workflow

Visually Editing Sound

This video shows how to visually analyze problem sounds.