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Help with Adobe Premiere Pro! Desperate! Need Help FAST!

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  1. camie_la

    camie_la Member

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    Hi! I'm new here. Please help! I've been working on this video for the past two days nonstop, and I've been learning Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 in the process. I decided to test the final video to see what it looked like so I exported the first 10 minutes of the movie. It works fine and everything, it's just that the file is 1.2 GB! I need it to fit on one 800 MB CD-R. [bold]What settings should I have to get the best video quality with minimal disk space? [/bold] Or is that not possible with settings in Adobe Premiere Pro?
     
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    I don't know that much of video compression, but I would try .avi, and to be safe, I would try every major format available and test out the results.

    Hope I could help! (Because I really can't.)
     
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    Yep you just edited your .avi and then exported it. You are going to need to convert it into an Mpeg. Does your Premiere have the "Adobe Media Converter"? Just use that to export with. It is actually a Mainconcept Encoder plug in. Try the two pass VBR. My PPro stuff always comes out nice.

    Edit: This post would fit better in the Authoring forum so if you still have problems you should post there.
    Cheers,
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