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cveltri
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Posted Mon Jul 31, 2006 3:25PM
Is .avi an acceptable format?
sjlocke
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Posted Mon Jul 31, 2006 3:27PM
Nope. I believe, just quicktime.
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Posted Mon Jul 31, 2006 4:42PM
Eeeew! Who uses AVI these days?
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Posted Mon Jul 31, 2006 4:48PM
Well, .avi is what you usually get when you import full size, full quality (uncompressed) dv-material into a computer...
Velk
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Posted Mon Jul 31, 2006 4:54PM

Posted By Chronistin:
Well, .avi is what you usually get when you import full size, full quality (uncompressed) dv-material into a computer...

Only if you are using a PC program like Premiere; Final Cut uses QT files and I'm pretty sure that AVID does too.
sturmwarnung
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Posted Mon Jul 31, 2006 4:57PM
Really? I didn't know there is uncompressed quicktime... guess I'll have to learn some more for video too... lol
Velk
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Posted Mon Jul 31, 2006 5:16PM
Yep, Uncompressed 8 or 10-bit files.
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Posted Mon Jul 31, 2006 6:24PM
Remember kids, Quicktime and AVI are container types. It is possible to have almost exactly the same thing in them (like DV compressed video).

That said, we are standardizing on Quicktime.
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Posted Mon Jul 31, 2006 11:27PM
Posted By kkthompson:
Remember kids, Quicktime and AVI are container types. It is possible to have almost exactly the same thing in them (like DV compressed video).

That said, we are standardizing on Quicktime.


I'm unable to export to mp4 with Premiere Pro. So basically if we have a pc or Adobe Premiere Pro we're screwed. Are there any plans of ever accepting avi? If not I'll just have to continue to keep uploading and selling my footage on your competitor's site.


~Jason
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Posted Tue Aug 1, 2006 2:04AM
granitepeakewr: in Windows - AFAIK even Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0 can export footage using the Quicktime framework using a whole range of different codecs including Apple mpeg4. Provided that you have Quicktime installed.

You don't even need Quicktime 7 Pro for this. AFAIK just installing the free player is enough.

(Edited on 2006-08-01 02:04:45 by bunhill)
granitepeaker
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Posted Tue Aug 1, 2006 9:28AM

I have quicktime installed. When exporting in premiere pro I exported it as a quicktime file with the compressor being mpeg4 then when it's finished rendering it is exported as a .mov not as a .mp4. I still tried uploading my 3 samples with the .mov file that was rendered as a mpeg4 and istock gave me an error message that it didn't recognize the file as an mp4. I have Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5, does it only work in version 2? Any other suggestions?
PapillonPictures
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Posted Tue Aug 1, 2006 9:31AM

What I've done in order to get as far as submitting approval clips is to use Premiere Pro to export my clip as a QuickTime movie with PhotoJPEG. I've then used QuickTime Pro to re-encode that to produce the 50% size MP4 file.


PPro doesn't seem to want to create "proper" MP4 files.


I've just got through the approval stage, so now I'll create full resolution MP4 files with QTP and see if they get approved.


--Philip


 
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