Premiere Elements 13 does not offer Adobe Flash Video as one of the choices under Publish+Share/Computer/ (or anywhere else)
as it did in the past. No more FLV/F4V exports from version 13.
The feature is still present in Premiere Elements 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, and 4 if the older versions are still available.
If you have purchased Premiere Elements 13 from Adobe direct, you should be able to get your money back within 30 days
Also, there is no more DV or HDV data capture firewire into any Premiere Elements Capture Window in version 13. And,
the webDVD choice from Publish+Share/ is gone in version 13.
So what format will give me 60fps output?
Several opportunities with 60 progressive frames per second if not already stated in the name of the preset of a given category
with MP4 file extension
see under Advanced Button/Video Tab of preset selected to set frame rate
with .MOV file extension
see under Advanced Button/Video Tab of preset, set video codec such as H.264, then set frame rate
Bottom line, look for the opportunities for your 60 progressive frames per second under the Advanced Button/Video Tab of the preset to
determine if that export offers the frames per second customization that you want.
Thanks for your help.
I just did a video to FLV and it was 350mb, same video to MP4 was 1.2gb
Sent from my iPad3
Windows Media (Windows Media Video 9 video compression) typically gives the smaller of the file sizes for an export.
Have you worked with lowering the bitrate in the Advanced export settings under the Advanced Button/Video tab of the
preset to find a good compromise between bitrate, file size, and quality?
We will be watching for your results. Any questions or need clarification, please let us know.