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Mike Gondek
Premiere Videos to Web
on May 4, 2007 at 11:37:07 am

What is the best compression to export a video from Premiere to the web. I did .wmv 320 x 240 , but then the mac people will have a harder time viewing this.

Can someone suggest some settings for an mpeg so the quality is good and the file size is small. Which mpeg do I choose Mpeg-2 Generic????


I have Premiere Pro 1.5.


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Danny2007
Re: Premiere Videos to Web
on May 4, 2007 at 3:10:04 pm

WMV isn't a problem for mac users at all - all they need is either Windows Media Player or the Flip4mac plugin for QuickTime. Both are free.

You certainly don;t want to go with MPEG-2 - that's designed for DVD or broadcast, not the web.

You could look at MPEG-1 but it's so very much out of date. Try MPEG-4 if you want to go with an open standard that has good support on both Mac and PC.

Maybe your best bet is to offer both.


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