Once the commercial has been shot and the edit has had the final approval, it is now time to export out your deliverables to your client. What compression settings do you need for delivery? That depends on where the commercial is being played. In this movie, author Richard Harrington walks you through compression settings for broadcast television and the web.
- Let's take a moment to talk about final delivery.…Now, I can't give you all the raw media, so I've made…a high-quality self-contained file that you…can practice with.…This self-contained movie is essentially a loss-less…quality mix-down of the original.…But you can open up any project you have,…or just pretend this was the original edited timeline.…There's a couple of different delivery types…that we're going to make here.…In Premiere Pro, you have the ability to choose file,…export, media.…
This will allow you to make a file directly,…or queue it up into Adobe Media Encoder…to render in the background.…Let's talk a little bit about what you're going to export.…If you just want to spit something out that matches…the quality of your sequence settings, you could choose…to match the sequence settings.…And that's a quick way to create a new file…that loses very little quality, provided that…your sequence was set up with a high-quality…master codec.…Additionally, you could choose to specify what's made.…
So a standard broadcast format these days…
- Meeting the project and team
- Writing the script
- Casting actors
- Scouting for locations
- Creating schedules and budgets
- Shooting scenes
- Retiming footage
- Color grading
- Compressing for delivery
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