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  1. I am a true beginner in video. When I edit my video in premiere it looks ok, but when I transcode it to dvd I get some strange lines left and right of any moving subject in my image. The problem can come from anywhere in my workflow, as I am a true beginner: this is the second video I made in my life. I tried to upload a sample to youtube, but they don't accept the file type.
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    Need a lot more info. Post mediainfo output of the file in question, what program you're using to transcode to dvd. It shouldn't be too hard to find out what video format youtube accepts. I very much doubt that would include dvd compatible mpeg2.
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  3. It's easy to find out which formats youtube accepts, but my problem is in the file format. In another format it looks fine.
    I transcode with Encore, so it is an Encore document, file extension ncor
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    Perhaps interlaced video "combing" ?
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  5. Thank you Dave, that sounds exactly like what this looks like. I thought of interlacing myself. How do I avoid that?
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    Last edited by sanlyn; 19th Mar 2014 at 08:27.
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  7. Thank you sanlyn. I am truly a newbie.
    I film with a Nikon D7000 dslr, in pal, 24 fps. Then I import in Premiere Pro; my clips have the file extension mov. I edit things together.
    Then I use Adobe dynamic link to send to Encore. authoring mode: dvd; tv standard: pal; frame rate: 25 (is that a problem when my camera makes frame rate 24?)
    Is that the info you need?
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    Originally Posted by Hoser Rob View Post
    .... Post mediainfo output of the file in question...
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  9. Sorry Rob, I did not understand that right. I think this is what you are asking for (I don't know how to put it here other than typing it over):

    C\tijdelijk\test video dvd\untitled project\VIDEO_TS\VIDEO DVD Video MPEG-2 Video 2-bit RLE

    C\tijdelijk\test video dvd\untitled project\VIDEO_TS\VIDEO DVD Video MPEG-2 Video 2-bit RLE

    C\tijdelijk\test video dvd\untitled project\VIDEO_TS\VIDEO MPEG-PS MPEG-2 Video

    C\tijdelijk\test video dvd\untitled project\VIDEO_TS\VTS_01 DVD Video MPEG-2 Video AC3

    C\tijdelijk\test video dvd\untitled project\VIDEO_TS\VTS_01 DVD Video MPEG-2 Video AC3

    C\tijdelijk\test video dvd\untitled project\VIDEO_TS\VTS_01 MPEG-PS MPEG-2 Video

    C\tijdelijk\test video dvd\untitled project\VIDEO_TS\VTS_01 DVD Video MPEG-2 Video AC3


    DVD Video (menu): 12.0 KiB
    720*576(4:3), at 25.000 fps, MPEG Video (PAL) (Version 2)

    RLE


    Complete name : C:\tijdelijk\test video dvd\Untitled Project\VIDEO_TS\VIDEO_TS.BUP
    Format : DVD Video
    Format profile : Menu
    File size : 12.0 KiB
    Overall bit rate mode : Variable
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    Last edited by sanlyn; 19th Mar 2014 at 08:27.
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  11. thank you sanlyn. Then I get this:

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    Complete name : C:\tijdelijk\test.ncor
    File size : 13.3 MiB
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  12. Does that tell you anything?
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    Last edited by sanlyn; 19th Mar 2014 at 08:28.
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    test.ncor is the encore project file

    They meant using mediainfo on the video

    Nikon D7000 dslr, in pal, 24 fps
    Is this a typo ? 24? PAL would be 25 fps

    What country in Africa do you live in ? (Is the electrical grid 50Hz or 60Hz ) ?
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