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the best solution video file compatible with dvditpro hd ?


mar

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hi i am user of hdv camcorder , i use abitualy nle sony vegas 7 i wont know the best parametrer encoder for dvdit pro 6 hd ???

dvdid pro 6 hd acept h264 hd format ??

what's is the best file encoding format for this sw authoring ???

thanks a lot mar

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download the latest update of Vegas from Sony and "Blu-print" will be an option of the templates when you output your video, it's not a plug in, it's just a template built into Vegas 7 (later builds)

 

 

sorry the blue print is not free i wont user another solution.

bye mar :mellow:

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sorry the blue print is not free i wont user another solution.

bye mar :mellow:

 

With one of the updates, they added a new setting to the export dropdown list, there should be a "blu-print" option. This will export your video to a compliant blu-ray format that DVDit should accept.

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hi i am user of hdv camcorder , i use abitualy nle sony vegas 7 i wont know the best parametrer encoder for dvdit pro 6 hd ???

dvdid pro 6 hd acept h264 hd format ??

what's is the best file encoding format for this sw authoring ???

thanks a lot mar

 

Hi,

 

H.264= No.

Mpeg2 HD =Yes. This is only option.

 

Use the BluPrint option for export in vegas7, that wiill be good.

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sorry, but it is free, I'm not talking about Blu-Print software, I'm talking about a Blu-Print setting for exporting in Vegas

 

 

thanks a lot for great information , i am confused ...

 

the quality of this Blu-Print setting is better of procoder or another encoder ????

the file product is not reprocessed for dvditpro hd ???

thanks a lot mar

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Use the BluPrint option for export in vegas7, that wiill be good.

 

 

Hi friend i dont' have bluprint plugin for vegas :mellow:

give my another valid alternative i can use any encoder (procoder - tmpeg enc - mainconcept)

the very problem is understand as export from vegas to correct parameter of mpeg2.

which is the best solution never use bluprint of vegas ????

thanks a lot

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thanks a lot for great information , i am confused ...

 

the quality of this Blu-Print setting is better of procoder or another encoder ????

the file product is not reprocessed for dvditpro hd ???

thanks a lot mar

 

The setting is supposed to give you a compliant Blu-ray file, this does not mean it's the best quality encoder but it will give you a file that DVDit should not re-encode.

 

All the encoders have their strength's and weaknesses, so we can go on forever, just depends on your workflow and your eyes. Since I use Premeire, I just just Adobe's Encoder (Mainconcept in disguise) since it produces decent video and files that DVDit likes. :D

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