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I'm new to this program, running Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0. I need to save the finished movie 640x512. What would be the best built in codec to do this or should I do it uncompressed and use something else. I have no clue. Any advice would help.
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I use Premiere Pro CS3, but they use most of the same settings. You can use anyone you would like. Use one that looks & sounds good to you. But try to use a codec that would give the best quality/file size. Better quality would give you higher file sizes, and lower quality would give you less. All depends on what codecs you use, they're not all the same. I'd suggest using one of the 2 options with these basic settings:

FILE/ EXPORT/ MOVIEā€¦
Click settingsā€¦

File Type: Quicktime (.mov)
Video: Compressor = Sorenson Video 3
Audio: Compressor = Uncompressed (default)

File Type: Microsoft AVI (.avi)
Video: Compressor = Windows Media video
or DivX
or XviD MPEG-4
Audio: Compressor = Uncompressed (default)

Remember, in order to us curtain codecs, you will need to make sure they are installed onto you computer. Most of them have a quality settings button to the right of the video compressor option.

I hope this helps, these are just the basics.
    
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thanks

the Microsoft DV AVI looked pretty good but the Divx looked like garbage for some reason


another question, i know how to change the speed/duration of a certain clip, but lets say i have a 30 second clip and i only want to speed up the middle 10 seconds how would i do that without chopping it into 3 seperate clips?
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ok the thing i was looking for was the "razer tool"

any general tips about this program would be helpful, thanks
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here dude, this website got me through my "omg!....help!!!" times with premiere while i was at college. its just the basics, but its quite useful
hope it helps!
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