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Creating final video

When you have finished editing and assembling your video project, Adobe Premiere 6.5 offers a variety of flexible output options. You can:

  • Record your production directly to DV or analog videotape by connecting your computer to a video camcorder or tape deck. If your camera or deck supports device control, you can automate the recording process, using timecode indications to selectively record portions of your program.

  • Export a digital video file for playback from a computer hard drive, removable cartridge, CD, or DVD-ROM. Adobe Premiere exports Advanced Windows Media, RealsMedia, AVI, QuickTime, and MPEG files; additional file formats may be available in Premiere if provided with your video-capture card or third-party plug-in software.

  • Use Advanced RealMedia, or Advanced Windows Media (Windows only) export options to generate properly encoded video files for distribution over the Internet or your intranet. Adobe Premiere 6.5 exports QuickTime, RealMedia, and Windows Media formats for download, progressive download, or streaming.

  • Create an EDL (Edit Decision List) so you can perform offline editing based on a rough cut, when you require a level of quality that your system cannot provide.

  • Output to motion-picture film or videotape if you have the proper hardware for film or video transfer or access to a vendor that offers the appropriate equipment and services.

For more information, see Chapter 10, “Producing Final Video” in the Adobe Premiere 6.0 User Guide.

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