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    Default Creating a WMV file from Premiere Pro 1.5

    To anyone that can help...

    I have a 6 minuite 16:9 High Definition project that i am working on. I built the project in After Effects, imported to Premiere Pro 1.5 for sound add ons and exported to a Mpeg initially.

    The original export was created by using Mpeg Pro as a plug in for Premiere. So the file that i created is an Mpeg. File size at end was 678 megs.

    My problem is that it will not play in Windows Media Player. So i am attempting to save the project as a WMV to see what happens.

    Does anyone know how to expot my file from Premiere to and have it be a WMV once completed?

    Thanks in advance for anyone able to help!

    Cheers~ Puppies

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