Also, I've experimented with the rate stretch tool to speed up some clips, but some of them look de-interlaced when sped up.
DTJB wrote:The AV Guide asks to use PICVideo MJPEC Codec, but Premiere Pro 1.5 doesn't feature it. The codecs it offers is as follows: Cinepak Codec by Radius, Fddshow Video Codec, Huffyuv v2.1.1–CCESP Patch v0.2.5, Indeo® video 5.10, Intel Indeo® Video R3.2, Intel Indeo® Video 4.5, Intel IYUV codec, Lagarith lossless codec, Microsoft RLE, Microsoft Video 1 and XviD MPEG-4 Codec.
DTJB wrote:I have been using the Fddshow Video Codec, but I wonder if I made the right choice. Should I start a brand new project with a new codec and re-edit from scratch, or would it be possible to edit like I've been doing and then take my finished video and place it in the timeline of a new project?
DTJB wrote:Also, I've experimented with the rate stretch tool to speed up some clips, but some of them look de-interlaced when sped up. Is there something I need to put in the script of the clips when I make them in VirtualDubMod or is this just something I have to deal with?
CrackTheSky wrote:If you're unsure how to do this, here would be a good place to start.
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