15. Publishing Your Video

You’ve captured, trimmed, arranged, tweaked, titled, and transitioned your video project. It’s not perfect (it never is), but it’s time to share it with the world.

With Premiere Pro, you do the bulk of that sharing via Adobe Media Encoder, which has blossomed into an exceptionally competent, high-performance encoder that can produce for a full range of output targets, from Avid DNxHD to YouTube.

You can deploy Adobe Media Encoder presets and encode directly in Premiere Pro, which is faster than encoding with Adobe Media Encoder but locks down Premiere Pro for the duration of the encode. Or, you ...

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