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Sunarep
10-02-2009, 03:35 PM
Hey everyone, couldn't find a topic like this when browsing through the boards.

I'm currently experiencing some problems with the filesize when exporting from adobe premiere:

I export with the following settings:

Type: Quicktime mov
Codec: DivX 6.8.5.
Framesize: 720 x 576
Framerate: 23.976
Pixel-ratio: D1/DV NTSC (0,9)
Audio: AC-3 ACM Codec

the filesize is about 10 gigabyte for a 2 hours movie. Now I installed DVD lab pro to edit the dvd, but it seems to be unable to open .avi files and I can only export .mov, .avi files from premiere, but no mpg files.

Anyone know which codec i need to install to export mpgs?

Or anyone know a compression to get the movie to a reasonable 700 mb size for previewing?

Currently when i upload videos or show it to my friends i use the setting:

Type: Microsoft AVI
Codec: DivX 6.8.5.
Framesize: 480 x 360
Framerate: 23.976
Pixel-ratio: D1/DV NTSC (0,9)
Audio: AC-3 ACM Codec

but there are so many errors and glitches rendering it this way, it really is only good for myself while editing, but not for a release. If i export the same settings but with a mov file (480 x 360 framesize) the file gets really huge again

so my question would be:

1) how to export mpgs from premiere
2) how to compress videos to a reasonable size without ruining the quality too much

AvP
10-02-2009, 04:49 PM
DVD lab pro needs "m2v" video stream.

Uncanny Antman
10-02-2009, 08:59 PM
To get a good AVI, my advice would be to render from Premiere in mp2, then convert it with AutoGK.

Sunarep
10-11-2009, 05:19 AM
thanks for the replies, I'm currently having some technical problems since for some reason Adobe won't let me convert to mpg2 even though I'm pretty dead sure i installed the correct codec (at least i thought it was in the "ffmencoder"-codec package) I'll try my luck with convertxtodvd, this might do the trick