possible to export without needing Xvid?

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Postby Keeper of Hellfire » Fri Dec 22, 2006 3:48 am

You should read more carefully what's written. For the final compression you can use AVISynth, but you mustn't. VirtualDub(Mod) is enough if no postprocessing is required, only resizing. The only thing you should take care of is to select Lanczos3 as method.

None of the Export-Presets of Premiere does fit an AMV-Maker needs. You should really give the guides a shot, in this case the section for Exporting your video from Premiere Pro.
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Postby Gepetto » Fri Dec 22, 2006 7:42 am

If those are your only options, then DV-NTSC is probably best.

By the way, you're confusing resolution with aspect ratio.

Aspect ratios (like 4:3 and 16:9) are the proportion between the width and height of your video screen. So if the width is 4 in a 4:3 video, the height is 3, and if the width is 8 (4 x 2) then the height is 6 (3 x 2).

Resolution is the actual size of the video. 320x240, for example, means that you have a 320-pixel wide and 240-pixel high screen. The resolution values.

That said, you can have a resolution like 720 x 480 that doesn't fit the 4:3 or 16:9 proportion but still works perfectly with XviD because both 720 and 480 are multiples of 16.
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Postby badmartialarts » Sun Dec 24, 2006 11:02 pm

You aren't limited to jsut the factory default settings in Pro 2.0, there is a "Custom" button that lets you set up the export differently.
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