I usually do Youtube vids at 1080p 60fps with Windows Live Movie Maker, but needed to edit more than 2 music clips at once. But when I took a look at these render options, the max was 30FPS. Why is that? If WLMM can do it for FREE at a basic level, why can't Adobe, the leader in everything, do this?
Also, is Cyberlink Powerdirector 13 as unstable as people say it is? I haven't gotten a crash. But I've been barely using it...
Well, you technically could, with adding music with the music option, then adding narration. But for some reason, the narration is weirdly connected with the video, so when I cut the split video and narration music section, it doesn't edit it correctly. But the music does.
For example, insert two music pieces in the same place with the music option. Doesn't work.
Anyway, I'd just like to know how to do the best export in Adobe Premiere Elements 13. (Whoops, should take out Photoshop)
PAL is for Australia etc. NTSC is for Japan, US etc. Detail - http/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PAL
Ok, so just use NSTC? You kinda have to choose one of the two when encoding. And apparently, there was an option for 60FPS in lots of the exporting options. Out of Premiere Elements and Cyberlink DirectPower, what would you choose? Thanks for the help . It was a pleasure chatting with you.
PS: What's a good mbps rate for video rendering? Adobe asks me that...
Powerdirector causes problems in my youtube processing for some reason. Think I'll stick with Premiere, offers Photoshop for free, very useful for thumbnails! What headset under $100 has the best mic? Hard for me to choose.
If you want a headset, get a Logitech G930 - http/www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826104399
I haven't heard great things about the G930. It's wireless, and that's bad, being 1 foot away from my PC. And that mic might not be as good as the headset mic though. Looks a little, I dunno, like it should be understated.