Exporting video for Encore


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Exporting video for Encore

Another common question I get asked a lot is, 'How do you export video from a video application, and in what way should you go about doing that?' and there's actually two schools of thought behind that. So I'm using Adobe Premiere Pro, but if you're using something like Adobe After Effects, or even Final Cut, I believe the workflow would be very similar to this. I'm going to go to File, and I'm going to Export > Media, and that's going to open up the Export Settings Dialog box here. What's really cool is that if we go to the Format dropdown, we actually have settings for MPEG-2 DVD.

So we can actually select that, and then if we were to then encode this from Premiere and bring this back into Encore, the asset is already transcoded. So it would already say, already transcoded in Encore, and we wouldn't have to spend really much time at all burning this to DVD, just the time it would take to actually burn to DVD but, again, the real bulk of the ti...

Exporting video for Encore
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Exporting video for Encore provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the Encore CS5 Essential Training

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Video
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Encore
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