Why do you need the AVI file, and does it have to be DV AVI? The problem will be that DV AVI is going to Export to less than what you have in both your Project/Sequence and your Assets. [Edit] Must have been dreaming, as you never mentioned "DV. You should be able to Export out as MS AVI [Uncompressed]
Depending on exactly how you will use this file, might provide some other alternative. There are several other good CODEC's, that might get what you have into what you want.
Please define the use for the Exported file? Answers will flow in.
Message was edited by: the_wine_snob Added [Edit] and removed DV references.
Hi Hunt thankyou for your response. My Brief requires me to submit a quicktime h264 movie. I was informed the best method to do this was export as avi with compression set to none from premiere and then open it up in quicktime pro and export as a quicktime h264 movie. So Ultimately what i need it a quickime h264 movie at 25fps at 1024 by 576 and at the highest possible quality. Would it be possible for you to give us some feedback on the best possible method of achieving this?
Thanks again, Ryan
Also i have been strongly advise not to export straight as a quicktime from premiere the best method is to export as microsoft avi with compression set to none?
I have no problems exporting HD QT from CS4 via AME
Thanks for the details. Sorry about my "DV" tangent. Not sure where that came from, but my neurologist has been notified.
Now, many have not problem doing the Export to H.264 from CS4.1. A few seem to like the MainConcept H.264, over the Apple CODEC, but a few like the Apple the best.
Now, you still should be able to choose AVI [Uncompressed], Open in QT Pro, and then use it to do the H.264 encoding. I use QT Pro for going each way, and have had no issues.