6 Replies Latest reply on Oct 5, 2013 12:24 PM by Markpic

    Saving to an SD card Publish/Share

    just4kscott2013

      What option do i chose if I want to save a finished video in to an SD card

        • 1. Re: Saving to an SD card Publish/Share
          A.T. Romano Level 7

          just4kscott2013

           

          If you are talking Publish+Share, can we assume that you have either Premiere Elements 11 or 12? On what computer operating system is it running?

           

          Generalized Example....if you have a computer with a SD slot, Publish+Share/Computer/AVCHD with one of its presets. In the set up, set the Save In: to the drive location given the SD card. Hit Save.

           

          If you do not have a computer without a SD slot, Save In: is set to a hard drive save location from where you transfer the file to your SD card perhaps attached to your computer with a card reader.

           

          Does that sound like that will work for you?

           

          We will be watching for your results.

           

          ATR

          • 2. Re: Saving to an SD card Publish/Share
            just4kscott2013 Level 1

            I am working with Premiere Elements 11 and using Windows 8. My computer has an SD slot. I am not certain which option to chose MPEG or AVCHD. The finished product should be able to play on another computer. What happens if the other person does not have Adobe Premiere?

             

            One more question. Why does my video look better in Windows Media than in Elements? Can they play in Windows Media too?

            • 3. Re: Saving to an SD card Publish/Share
              A.T. Romano Level 7

              just4kscott2013

               

              Once you have exported your Timeline to a file saved to the computer hard drive or to disc or, in this case, to a SD card, it is indepenant of Premiere Elements and its project.

               

              Decision making on the export details will come from

               

              a. properties of your source media (what is on your Timeline)

              and

              b. project preset that you or the project has set

              and

              c. viewer considerations, computer SD slot and Windows 7 or 8 or other

               

              Will your intended viewer have a card reader of a computer with SD slot?

               

              Please supply us with details requested, and we will suggest export settings specific to what you have. In the absence of more information, I would go AVCHD.

               

              How the video presents involves several factors, including

              a. video properties and project settings and rendered or unrendered Timeline

              You should be able to playback a AVCHD.mp4 in computer players, to name a few, Windows Media Player and VLC Player.

               

              I used Premiere Elements 11 on Windows 8 64 bit to road test (double check) all this before posting.

               

              Thanks.

               

              ATR

              • 4. Re: Saving to an SD card Publish/Share
                Markpic Level 1

                1./Available space.

                2./I would suggest using Class 10 SDHC cards.

                3./Plug the SD-Card device into a rear USB Port.

                • 5. Re: Saving to an SD card Publish/Share
                  Markpic Level 1

                  If your computer ONLY has a SD-slot.

                  I would suggest m2t 720p (60-fps)

                  You should use Class 10 SDHC cards.

                  (which are expensive)

                  If your device has a USB-port.

                  And external HDD would be better.

                  Or, even a SSD external storage drive.

                  I use Flash Drive--usb type.

                   

                  Message was edited by: Markpic

                  • 6. Re: Saving to an SD card Publish/Share
                    Markpic Level 1

                    A video editor doesn't always create the best quality playback.

                    While a Playback Device like WMP--does.