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Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 Studio Techniques by Jacob Rosenberg

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Appendix G. Using the Adobe Media Encoder

Your project is finally done! But wait. How do you export that two-hour, 20-gig epic to fit on a 4.7GB DVD? Compression and the Adobe Media Encoder.

Compression reduces your standard source video files or edited sequences into smaller contained files to make them easier to author with or deliver. The Adobe Media Encoder is all about compression. Whether you are compressing DV files to MPEG-2 for DVD authoring or compressing MPEG-2 files into Windows Media files for web distribution, the Adobe Media Encoder’s various compression options will get your material down to the size you need.

There are a number of elements that factor into the size of the file you are compressing: frame size, frame rate, compression ...

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