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19 JANUARY 2011

Encode HD video for Vimeo or YouTube using Adobe Media Encoder

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1080i • 1280×720 • 1280x720p • 1440x1080i • 16:9 • 1920x1080i • 25 fps • 29.97 fps • 30 fps • 480 lines • 480i • 50 frames per second • 50 Hz • 576 lines • 576i • 60 Hz • 720 • 720 horizontal scan lines • 720 interlaced lines • 720 pixels of vertical resolution • 720p • 720p HDTV • Adobe Media Encoder • Adobe Media Encoder CS4 • Adobe PremiereAfter Effects • ATSC • AVC • bitrate • bitrate encoding • broadcast standard • CODECcompressionCS4 • display resolution • DVB • encoderencoding • field order • formatFPS • frame rate • frames per second • Full HD • H.264HDHDTVhigh definition videohigh-definition • interlaced • interlaced video • Media Encoder CS4 • media technology • non-interlaced • NTSC • Pal • pixel aspect ratio • progressive scan • progressive scanning • square pixels • standard definition • target bitrate • tutorialvideovideo encoding • video frame • video resolution • VimeoYouTube

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Simon Perkins
11 FEBRUARY 2010

VFX Masterpiece: The Third & The Seventh

"I use V–Ray. Illumination has fascinated me since as long as I can remember: Years ago, it was quite difficult to simulate global ilumination by traditional techniques. So after trying several GI engines, I found V–Ray to be the best solution by far to suit all my needs in these terms."

(Jorge Seva alias 'Alex Roman')

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20093D • 3D artist • 3ds MaxAdobe PremiereAfter Effects • Alex Roman • animation • architectural visualisation • architectural visualization • ArchViz • art directionCG • CG modelling • cinemacinematographycomputer graphicscreative practicedesigndesign formalism • design viz • digital cultureDOFfilmillumination • Jorge Seva • Michael Nyman • renderingshallow focussound designSpainspectacletexturetexturing • Third and The Seventh • V-RayVFXvisual communicationvisual depictionvisual designvisual effectsvisualisation

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Simon Perkins
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