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EXPORT LONG FILES IN 1080p for Windows Media Player

Mar 7, 2013 5:17 PM

Tags: #export #exporting #quicktime #project

Hello, need some help in exporting and encoding some large files from Premiere CS6.

 

We have 4 Sequences, each totalling 45minutes in length and in 1080p (ProRes422).

We need to export and encode for Windows Media Player as quickly as possible.

 

Looks like each export is going to take over an hour from Premiere as "Match Sequence Settings"

-keep in mind there is NO AUDIO.

 

Once it's out of Premiere as an MPEG, I can transcode to any format. Ultimately WMV would be optimal,

but we need to transcode the MPEG into a MOV file before 'Episode' will accept it, just to make the WMV files.

 

Target files: (4) 1080p Windows Media Player compatible files

 

Does anyone have a better workflow workaround? Midnight hour and need help!

 

Thanks in advance,

Dan

 
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    Mar 7, 2013 5:51 PM   in reply to Dan Hyman

    Does anyone have a better workflow

     

    My God, yes.  Just do the job once and export WMVs the first time.

     

    (By the way, do you actually need the files in WMV format, or just something that Windows Media Player can handle?)

     
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    Mar 7, 2013 10:58 PM   in reply to Dan Hyman

    Just a shot in the dark, but how about H.264? That works in Windows Media Player. Just use a YouTube or Vimeo preset.

     
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    Mar 9, 2013 10:19 AM   in reply to Dan Hyman

    Macs CANNOT export to WMV

     

    Ah, you're on a Mac.

     

    WMP can handle a lot of formats.  H.264 is one of them.  The YT preset should be fine.

     
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