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Lesson 9. Superimposing > Exporting the movie

Exporting the movie

Now we'll export the project to a QuickTime movie for playback from a CD-ROM. When exporting video for playback from CD-ROM, keep the file size as small as possible, and limit the data rate to 300 or 500 K/sec so that it plays back at the highest quality possible from a variety of systems.

1.
Make sure the Timeline is active, and then choose File > Export > Movie.

2.
Click Settings; then choose QuickTime for File Type and Entire Project for Range.

3.
Make sure Export Video and Open When Finished are selected. Then deselect Export Audio. Click Next.

4.
Choose Cinepak for the Compressor. Cinepak is included with QuickTime, and produces high quality output at the limited data rate and high compression rate required for CD-ROM playback.

5.
Make sure the Frame Size dimensions are 240 by 180 and the Frame Rate is 15.

6.
Select Limit Data Rate and type 300 in the K/sec text box. Limiting the data rate ensures that the movie can play on a variety of operating systems.

7.
Click OK to close the Export Movie Settings dialog box.

8.
Type Promo.mov for the File Name; then click Save (Windows) or OK (Mac OS).

A status bar displays the progress and when Premiere is finished creating the movie it opens in the Clip window.

9.
Click Play to view your movie.


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