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Understanding the Export Options in Premiere Pro CS3In podcast 17, host Jeff Schell walks you through Adobe's Media Encoder
In this week's podcast, Host Jeff Schell walks you through the many options available for exporting your finished program in Premiere Pro CS3. Jeff explains when to use each option, and the differences between exporting via File > Export > Movie, and File > Export > Adobe Media Encoder. Jeff also looks at the options for exporting audio files, still image frames, and authoring DVDs with or without menus. Along the way, Jeff provides some insider tips on the settings available within each format, and helps you to understand when to tweak options such as setting minimum, maximum and target bitrates, choosing pixel aspect ratios, and defining your color depth.
To download this week's DMN Podcast for later viewing right click (Command Click on Mac) this link and save to disk: podcast17_ipod.mp4
Jeff will provide a new Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 video podcast each week.
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Jeff Schell: http://jeffschell.com/
Jeff Schell is a video editor, comedy writer, author, Web designer, technical trainer, actor, and amateur physics geek. As an Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) and Adobe Certified Instructor (ACI), Jeff travels across the country teaching video production classes in Premiere Pro, Encore DVD, and After Effects via his website www.jeffschell.com. Jeff is the author of Premiere Pro 1.5 Hands-On-Training , and Premiere Pro 2 Hands-On-Training . In addition, Jeff is the tour guide behind the Premiere Pro 2 Essential Training online tutorials at Lynda.com . Jeff also has worked with Adobe in developing questions for their Premiere Pro and After Effects certification exams.
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