To export from premiere 6.0 go to File>Export Timeline>"Advanced Windows Media" or "Save for Web" - then you can save as quicktime or wmv, but as it's an old version the codecs are old aswell, so it might be better to do it in another ap as described below.
If that's not there then you'll have to try something else.
However I think your best bet is to use another application to encode for you. As Premiere isn't that great at it anyway.
export the completed video from Premiere as DV AVI,
Then you could use Windows Movie Maker, or Windows Media Encoder to encode to wmv, it'll do a better job than Premiere 6.0, in movie maker, just import your edited video and export for web, set the file size and dimensions you want and it'll do it for you.
You could always download VirtualDub (free from here: http://www.virtualdub.org/) and encode it in an MPEG4 codec like Divx or Xvid, but that'll be a bit more technical.
Best of luck.
Last edited by bgarthp; 05-12-2006 at 08:56 PM.
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