I've using Premiere 6.0, DV-500, and TMPEncoder. BUT, I want to be able to generate a SMALL Avi or MPG file based on only about 10 seconds of video/audio. An AVI directly out of Premiere was 60+ mb. What do I need, or need do, to get something down around 200k or so?
First, the default export mode is the entire timeline. If you want just a clip, then you have to set the endpoints of the clip and select "working area", when you export.
When you export your video using the standard video export, click the "Settings" button in the export window. Change your filetype to Microsoft AVI. Then try different codecs, like Cinepak or MPEG4. Reduce your frame size to 160x120 and frame rate to 15 fps and you should get it down to 2 MB.
When I tried Real Player with the 56k modem preset, I got it down to 50k. If you have to get it down to 200k, then you need to try other settings, like 320x240 @ 15 fps, which was 175k. Windows Media files were similar in size.