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Old 20th April 2014, 06:54   #1  |  Link
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Premier: encode big chunks, and burn later?

Got another Q in my early efforts to get up and running again, using modern hard and software, after maybe 15 years of not doing this stuff.
In case it matters, I use a brand-new ASUS mboard, an also-brand-new Intel i5 at 3.4 Ghz, and Adobe Premier Elements 11.
One of my biggest problems is occasional-to-frequent computer crashes after I have finished sequencing/editing/compiling, while the computer is spending more than an hour doing the encoding work, before anything ever gets burned to disc, or even stored on my HD in a form that is ready for compilation.
So, the Q is:
Can I compile moderately short chunks, and have Premier encode them to something like VOB files, which can be stored in complete form on my HD, so that I can then compile those VOB's (or whatever) and burn them onto a Bluray disc, after I have several VOB files ready?
And if so, how? Can anyone provide a basic step-by-step to help me at least get started?
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VOB files are for DVDs, not for Blu-rays. I'm sorry to hear about those problems. I remember when I tried using Adobe software it crashed often and because of that I moved over to Vegas and never looked back, as it is quite stable (their Movie Studio Suite is the equivalent of the Adobe Elements product).
Just a random idea, as I don't use Adobe -- you may find you can losslessly stitch together some files (such as MP4 or M2TS) with a product like VideoRedo or similar. Then you could remux to Blu-ray using TSMuxer and burn a Blu-ray disc.
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