MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 formats are also available as output formats for the encoded footage. Of course, you are also free to choose DV, but this will take up substantially more space on your hard drive. DV remains a useful option if you plan to record your completed project onto a DV tape using a camcorder.
You can specify the bit rate and resolution under the "Video" tab.
There is also an "Audio" tab for the sound settings.
- Ports On IEEE1394/FireWire Camcorders
- Installation, Continued
- Project Settings
- Video Filters
- Audio Filters
- XPlode Basics Premiere Plug-in
- Capturing Raw Footage
- Alternative TitleDeko
- Export Formats - MPEG 1/2, Cleaner, RealPlayer And Others, Continued
- Windows Media Player
- Authoring With DVDit!