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Workshop

Review the questions and answers in this section to try to sharpen your Premiere advanced exporting skills. Also, take a few moments to tackle my short quiz and the exercises.

Q&A

Q1:I encoded an MPEG-2 file, but it stutters on playback. Any idea why?
A1: Did you select Lower Field First in the Fields drop-down menu in the MPEG Encoder? If you selected Upper, that may be the cause (a slow PC could be another reason). No Fields is the safest choice if you don't know which to choose, but its output quality is not as good as finding the correct setting—Upper or Lower.
Q2:I encoded an MPEG-2 file, played it back in the Windows Media Player, and there was no audio. What's up?
A2: By default, the Adobe MPEG Encoder creates “elementary streams” (separate audio and video files) when encoding MPEG-2 files. To create a multiplexed (or muxed) file, select DVD for the MPEG Stream setting, click Edit (next to Advanced), click the Multiplexer Settings tab, and select MPEG-2 from the Multiplexer Type list.


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