I am still using Producer 6 and am contemplating upgrading to Producer 8. But I have a question: do the MPEG-2 files generated by producer 8 work in Adobe Encore as is or do they still render as upper field first and need to be reencoded before being imported into Encore?
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I am familiar with Adobe Media Encoder as I am still using CS6 Production Premium, the last CS suite that was released before Adobe went with the subscription model. I don't like the subscription model and will hold off as long as I possibly can.
For now, I use TMPGENC MPEG Smart Render 4. After creating an MPEG-2 file form Proshow Producer, I feed the MPEG-2 file into TMPGenc and have it re-encode the audio to AC-3. The video does NOT get re-encoded and Encore does not re-encode the resulting MPEG-2 file.
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