I've read Rebel DV and just wanted to confirm with the experts the proper order for creating a DVD for a 20 minute movie
1) Run footage through CineForm NeoScene (60p --> 24p conversion and de-interlace)
2) Edit in Premiere Pro CS5 (straight cuts only, no effects)
3) Save Project and Import Project into After Effects CS5
4) Visual Effects
5) Color with Colorista II
6) Add transitions
7) Export TIFF sequence
Export AIFF for Audio (Adobe Audition)
9) Import TIFF and AIFF into After Effects
Then how to make the final DVD? What settings to use?
Is the above correct?
Wed Apr 27, 2011 9:37 am
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My work flow is a bit different as I use Apple's Compressor while I'm assuming you use Adobe Media Encoder for compression, but the concepts are the same.
10) Export out of AE as a high resolution, lossless codec. 10 bit uncompressed might be ideal but large, 8 bit uncompressed or Animation would work too.
11)Bring that file into AME and make mpeg2 video file and dolby2 audio file. Use the same file to generate your web (h.264) and HD file.
12)Bring those 2 files into Encore and author your dvd.
Possible exceptions might be if you want more sharpening on a web file than on the HD version.
Someone else that uses Adobe suite could probably fine tune the workflow but you're definitively looking pretty good.
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