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Old 01-20-2004, 04:08 PM   #1
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Default Anyone use Adobe Premiere?

I have this program for my videos, but I do not have a compressor for MPEG videos. I would like to stop making all my videos in .wmv formats, and go with a nice MPEG-4 compression.

Does anyone know if there is a add-on pack for Premiere, or a different compressor I can use to convert AVI to MPEG ??
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Can it use any encoder, or dose it have to be specialized for premier?
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If it will encode from AVI to MPEG that'* fine.

I prefer an add on for premiere, but it'* no big deal.
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DivX is an MPEG-4 derivative, i'm sure you knew that, there are a few others. i haven't done too much with authoring/encoding this year. If i see something i'll let ya know.
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Oops, I meant MPEG 2, sorry.

I can do Divx, and Xvid as well, but I want an .mpeg file.

MPEG 1 doesn't cut it. MPEG 2 is good because you can put it on DVD'*.
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WELL WHICH ONE IS IT!?!?!?! J/K i'll talk to my neighboor with a DVD burner....
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