Someone is asking me about converting video to the Motion Jpeg 2000 format. We are both trying to get up to speed on what this means. I see that Premiere CS5.5 can output a Quicktime file using the Jpeg 2000 codec. Is this the same thing? This creates a file with a .mov extension. The client seems to think it should have a .mj2 extension. Can Premiere CS 5.5 do this? How about CS6 (which I don't have yet)?
I don't use that, but a quick Google shows there is a specific codec to install... maybe several versions, such as paid or free?
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Export of JPEG 2000 via QuickTime (.mov) is currently what we support with CS6. There are various extensions for JPEG 2000, such as .mj2, .jp2, but again, we do not currently support. Feel free to submit feature requests for desired support. FYI, you can always download the trial version of CS6, to verify or take for a test drive. http://www.adobe.com/downloads/