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    hi can someone tell me the best quality settings to use for outputting a 2min clip in Premier Pro.?

    Thanks John
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    Perhaps someone can if you tell us where and how it is to be viewed

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    Sorry it's for viewing from a yahoo group via the internet.

    hope this helps.

    John
    Intel P4
    220G Maxtor Sata boot
    300G Maxtor Sata
    1 Gig Ram Pc3200 ddr sdram
    ATI Radeon9600 all in wonder
    Gigabyte GA-8G1000 Pro-Gmotherboard
    Pinnacle 9 Plus & Premier Pro

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    If you're encoding with Windows Movie Maker there is a list of preset outputs available. I think the 512k for broadband setting should be fine

    In Premier Pro go to export movie and pick Adobe Media Encoder and in the 'Preset' dropdown pick Download 512

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    Thanks
    Intel P4
    220G Maxtor Sata boot
    300G Maxtor Sata
    1 Gig Ram Pc3200 ddr sdram
    ATI Radeon9600 all in wonder
    Gigabyte GA-8G1000 Pro-Gmotherboard
    Pinnacle 9 Plus & Premier Pro

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