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Kevin OBrien

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January 12th 2013
62 Posts
Re: DVD from Premiere CS6... Sorenson or others a benefit for quality?
by Chris Tompkins 6 years ago
Ya, just use AME, select the DVD preset and tweak as needed. Chris
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Re: DVD from Premiere CS6... Sorenson or others a benefit for quality?
by Steve Brame 6 years ago
There were reports in the early days of Adobe Media Encoder that it didn't encode to the DVD standard MPEG2 very well. Because of that we continued using Squeeze for DVD projects. At some point, we be
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Re: NVidia GTX 760 with Ray Trace CS6?
by Jason Jantzen 7 years ago
The way Premiere has it setup is you can use a card that's unsupported, and Todd's made it clear that it's exactly that, "unsupported", but it will probably work fine. AE 12.1 will supposedly have tha
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Kevin OBrien liked this 7 years ago
Re: Premiere CS5 - Trouble recording audio
by Kevin OBrien 7 years ago
Greetings Kevin, Try plugging in the USB2 drive into a different USB port. Right click on computer and select manage. Then select Device Manager on the left. Expand Disk Drives. Then double click on t
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Re: Can't Capture Noise Print Selection in Soundbooth
by Joseph W. Bourke 7 years ago
I haven't done this in a while, and actually have moved to Audition, but here's a walkthrough tutorial - there may be a step you missed: http: www.mediacollege.com adobe soundbooth tasks clean-up-audi
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Re: Question about Creating Encore DVD's in Photoshop
by Jon Geddes 7 years ago
You are correct. Start with a 1920x1080 document, and use the "HDTV 1080p 29.97" preset. 1920x1080 is a square pixel size, so you do not have to worry about pixel aspect ratio correction when designin
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Re: Film/Video Preset sizing question
by Simon Modery 7 years ago
Well, your image needs to look correct (non distorted) with the PAR Correction turned ON. It then should look distorted with PAR OFF. What they mean by "turn off for better image quality" is that the
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