Cyrix wrote:"Why aren't you [X]" is kind of a smartass response. You can be just as concise with "have you tried" or "you might like" or numerous other phrasings. Just saying. Anyway, thanks for your thorough response this time.
PNG is lossless as well.
Yes, the images are animated, that's why they're interlacing. I've never noticed this problem before but maybe I haven't animated PNGs before, I don't remember. Yeah, you can start a 24p or 30fps project; I could copy the entire timeline into 24p, but I wanted the extra precision of 30fps for several fast animations so I stuck with that.
I would love to export it as uncompressed but I really can't afford the hard drive space. Also, I just tested it, and that doesn't fix the interlacing problem. If I deinterlaced it while encoding an uncompressed version I'd mess up the progressive footage anyway, wouldn't I? I hadn't anticipated this problem cuz as I said, if I edit progressive footage in a 30fps project it doesn't interlace it.
The WMV isn't doing any screwy crap, actually, but it's compressing it more than I'd like.
Yes, but PSD is Adobe, and the ability to use both Photoshop and Premiere (and AE) concurrently has been specifically programmed into the underlying structure of the entire product line.
Check your individual property settings for each effect on each specific PNG. Make sure interlacing is disabled, or deinterlacing is enabled if necessary.
Lossless is distinct from uncompressed. You can have compressed lossless. Codecs include Lagarith, HUFFYUV, and UT Video.
Cyrix wrote:Ah, I installed both HuffYUV and UTVideo to my computer, but they don't show up in Premiere's export options as far as I can tell. I can't find any guide to exporting using these formats; any tips?
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