Encoding to DVD Folder in Premiere CS3

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by HobbyDocumentary, May 19, 2009.

  1. I want to Encode / render my project to a DVD Folder on my hard Disk
    using Premiere CS3.Later I will be writing on to DVD.I don't want to
    use Encore .Is there a third party free plug-in for the purpose?
     
    HobbyDocumentary, May 19, 2009
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  2. "HobbyDocumentary" wrote ...
    I use Encore to author DVD projects, but not to burn discs.
    Encore will create an "IMG" (image) file which is apparently
    just a standard ISO image file. I use ImgBurn to burn either
    ISO or IMG files to discs.
     
    Richard Crowley, May 19, 2009
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  3. Dear Ken Maltby and all who helped me on this problem,

    You are right I was confusing rendering and encoding.Now I think I am
    clear.So what I need is to produce full DVD compliant encoding direct
    from the timeline.i.e without first rendering and then encoding using
    a different dedicated programme, not because I don;t trust those
    helpful people on this forum but just to save time.I have 3GHz Intel
    processor which takes too long to process the rendering encoding steps
    and gets heated up as the processor fan starts Shhhhhhhhhhhhhh....at
    full speed ( we have a hot climate too).SO please guide me if there is
    an option to export video from CS3 to a third party encoder without
    the slow rendering process ( I wonder if this is technically possible
    as per your text).I'll be grateful.
     
    Webmaster (Mianwlai Online), May 20, 2009
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  4. Dear Ken Maltby and all who helped me on this problem,
    You are right I was confusing rendering and encoding.Now I think I am
    clear.So what I need is to produce full DVD compliant encoding direct
    from the timeline.i.e without first rendering and then encoding using
    a different dedicated programme, not because I don;t trust those
    helpful people on this forum but just to save time.I have 3GHz Intel
    processor which takes too long to process the rendering encoding
    steps
    and gets heated up as the processor fan starts Shhhhhhhhhhhhhh....at
    full speed ( we have a hot climate too).SO please guide me if there
    is
    an option to export video from CS3 to a third party encoder without
    the slow rendering process ( I wonder if this is technically possible
    as per your text).I'll be grateful.
     
    Webmaster (Mianwlai Online), May 20, 2009
    #4
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