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    Default Rendering on Adobe premiere 6

    Hello all
    I'm going to split my earlier question in two for a better chance of an answer! Is it a particular 'thing' with Premiere that after capturing DV, editing it and rendering effects as they are added, the whole programme always needs to be rendered by File>Export>Movie? I'm using a Sony DVCam player and the captured clips always look OK, it's when they've gone through the system they become jerky.
    Thanks
    Steve

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    Is this on the timeline? Ubfortunately there was no realtime preview in version 6., so you have to render the video after adding effects to preview smoothly.

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    With Premiere 6.x isn't it possible to render the timeline by pressing 'Enter' or 'Ctrl+Enter' instead of going through the whole export ordeal? Creates some nifty preview files but its alot easier then exporting all the time ;D

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    Yes, this is what I meant by render.

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    Yes. That's what I'm doing so you've confirmed that programmes do need rendering on Adobe 6. Any ideas about the 'overexposure' problem?

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