Join Paul Trani for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting with the Adobe Media Encoder, part of Premiere Pro CS4 New Features.
So when you're finished editing your movie you are ready to show it to the world…and you can do this by exporting it to whatever media format you would like,…from Blu-ray to YouTube, and that's exactly what we are going to do. So, with my…sequence selected all I need to do is go to File > Export > Media and then it…opens up my Export Settings.…So, from here in my Export Settings, I can actually change the format pretty…much to any format I want to. A P2 Movie I can easily make a Blu-ray DVD,…Windows Media, whatever the case may be. In our case, what I actually want to…make is an H.264 Blu-ray movie and from the Preset I can choose any preset …I want to as well.…
Again this NTSC DV High Quality for instance, this is what I can choose and…pretty much to see my output, I can actually click over to the Output tab here.…You could see that there is some letter boxing going on. I can easily fix that,…because this is actually a widescreen video, to get rid of that.…So in general, what I can do is just change my preset. Make sure I'm aware of…
- Viewing and editing metadata
- Normalizing audio
- Using advanced effects
- Inserting clips with precision control