5 Replies Latest reply on Jan 24, 2013 10:12 AM by Jeff Bellune

    Exporting mpeg-2

    mentalcase129 Level 1

      I'm using Premiere Pro CS6...my previous version was CS3 so there was a fairly big jump.  I need to export a short film that I made as mpeg2 (so I have both an audio file and a video file) so that I can burn it to a playable DVD.  You used to do this with the mpeg encoder but I'm not seeing that anymore.  I assumed the Adobe Media Encoder was the same thing but I can't seem to figure out how to get the proper file type that I want.  I'm sure it's there and maybe if I play with it enough I'd be able to get what I need but I'm on a sudden time crunch.  I registered the short for  a film festival and now I have limited time to send them the DVD.  I wasn't concerned because I previously never had any trouble with this and wasn't expecting it to be so drastically different from what I'm used to.  I adapted to most other changes in Premiere quite easily.


      Please help!