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Outputting video is one of the most important yet misunderstood parts of the creative process. If you work with Adobe Premiere Pro, you need to understand how to choose a format, convert frame rates, and work with Media Encoder, the engine that processes all your encoding. In this course Jason Osder explains it all. He also shows you how to access Media Encoder from inside Premiere Pro or as a stand-alone program, create an efficient export workflow, and encode for formats such as broadcast, DVD or Blu-ray, YouTube, and mobile devices. Plus, learn how to leverage Premiere Pro's automation features and speed up your workflow.
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(Music) Hi, I'm Jason Osder. Welcome to Premier Pro Guru: Outputs and Media Encoder. Now there's nothing more important than the final mile. Making sure that your videos look great, and that means for broadcast, DVD or Blu-ray, YouTube, or your mobile devices. We'll be looking at all of those export types, as well as how to access Adobe Media Encoder from inside Adobe Premier Pro or as a standalone program.
We'll even look at some automations that can really speed up your workflows. So now, let's get started with Premier Pro Guru Outputs and Media Encoder.
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