How to Use Dynamic Link to share sequences between Premiere Pro and Encore Video Production CS6


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Using Dynamic Link to share sequences between Premiere Pro and Encore

If the end goal of your creative work is to produce a DVD, or a Blu-ray disc. Or perhaps, to use Adobe Encore to produce a web DVD, a web-based version of your content, then again, there's some pretty easy ways to do it. The old fashioned way would be to be in Premiere Pro. And maybe go to the File menu and export media. Then you would choose an MPEG-2 format. H.264, of course, if you're producing a Blu-ray, or Mpeg 2 for a DVD. You can make MPEG-2 Blu-rays, but it's a bit of a waste of the data storage space on the disc to be honest.

You might as well make it H.264. It's just a more efficient compression algorithm. But let's say we're going to choose H.264, and then we would choose our preset. You can scroll right the way down and look for oh, what have we got here? How about we've got HD formats, YouTube, lots and lots of them. I suppose we could start with HD and then work out way down and choose the preferences. And the only downside with thi...

Using Dynamic Link to share sequences between Premiere Pro and Encore
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Using Dynamic Link to share sequences between Premiere Pro and Encore provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Maxim Jago as part of the Video Production with Creative Suite 6

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