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    Default A question about exporting movies (Premier pro)

    ....how can I compress them so they can be uploaded on Youtube etc? I've exported a 5min video and it is over 1GB! Thanks in advance.

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    Here's one way;

    Export the movie from Premiere with no compression.
    Download and install WM9 Encoder; http://www.microsoft.com/windows/win...r/default.aspx
    Encode it to a video that's 320px wide. (So if your video is 4:3 it'll be 320 x 240)

    If you need any help using the encoder to do this just post again.

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    You probably already have the WM9 encoder on your comp if your running XP
    so
    When you made your vid, what encoding option did you choose?

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    OK thanks guys...i've downloaded and run that app. Only thing it is telling me the file is not supported. The footage I used for editing was already on my PC and is WMV. Am I doing something wrong?

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    Try opening the file in Windows Movie Maker, you can export to whatever size you want using that program. However I would recommend exporting to FLV for use on YouTube.
    http://muvipix.com Everything you wanted to know about Premiere Elements and more

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