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Thread: Export Mpeg in Premiere Pro and Safest Codec

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    Default Export Mpeg in Premiere Pro and Safest Codec

    Hi, would anyone know how to export a film as an mpeg with premiere pro.

    Anyone knows what is the safest codec to use for compression. By safest I mean the one that most people has on their computer. Or maybe the one that comes with media player? DIVX is good but I don't think too many regular user has it?

    Thank,

    David
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    Windows Media codecs (WMV, ASF) are normally the most reliable for success on windows machines. If the codec isn't installed (most probably WMV9), media player will promt for an update.

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