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    Question Exporting A Movie

    I just finished a movie project in Adobe Premiere Pro and I was wondering what is the best way to save out the video file.
    What are the best compressors included within the program that I should go about using?
    Are there certain encoders that I should use to maintain the audio and video quality?
    Any help would be greatly appreciated...

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    That depends on what you want to do with your movie. Do you want to export to DVD, the web, as an avi video file for watching on the computer?

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    Mostly I will just be exporting as an avi for my computer but I am also curious about putting it on a DVD as well. But mainly just as an avi.

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    What would you recommend for web?

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    I would use Flash. That is what I use for the clips on my site. If you do not have the software I would gladly do it for you. Let me know.

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    Mark
    www.onlinevideosolutions.co.uk
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    Actually, there are many questions you have to ask yourself:

    Will you delete your sources footages?
    Wich platform you may open it in? (PC, Mac, DVD Player and Web etc.)
    Is the file size you export be an issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by YONG_LIN View Post
    Actually, there are many questions you have to ask yourself:

    Will you delete your sources footages?
    Wich platform you may open it in? (PC, Mac, DVD Player and Web etc.)
    Is the file size you export be an issue?

    Deleting your source footage seems like a drastic step to me. Clean out the hard drive you work on for sure but make sure you can always restore your project and all sources if you ever need it again. Either back up your drive and ensure you can re-capture your exact footage again if need be.

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