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Chapter 10. Outputting Your Work > Adobe's New MPEG Encoder

Adobe's New MPEG Encoder

One of the highest-quality video compression formats with a remarkably small file size is the MPEG codec. There are various versions, depending on your distribution needs. MPEG-1 is geared for CD-ROM use. MPEG-2 is used for DVD distribution. MP3 is an audio-only version of the MPEG compression standards. More recently, you might have seen or heard about MPEG-4, which is being used as one of the growing standards for streaming web compression.

Premiere 6.5 comes with Adobe's new MPEG Encoder, shown in Figure 10.14. This is a plug-in that works seamlessly with Premiere's export options. The MPEG Encoder comes with a number of preset options for creating MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 files of your edited clips. You can also customize these settings to get the file specs you need for your project. To create an MPEG file using the Adobe MPEG Encoder, do the following:


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