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> but CS3 does not support Procoder anymore.
It is the other way around, Procoder no longer supports CS3.
I believe PowerPoint will take both a DV AVI or a .wmv file. Both can be created within Premiere.
Sara, never ever ever ever upgrade unless you have to. Whatever works works.
My experience has been that some of the older software does a better job for me than some of the new one. I still use Photo impact version 5. Version 10 not good. Don't be surprised if Procoder works with an earlier version of Premiere and not with the latest version. Just a thought.
Not a bad suggestion. I am monitoring the CS3 fora, to find out whether it will give me anything, that I need. So far, my jury is still out.
Now, with most things Adobe, I have always upgraded, when the new ver. was available, but that was when I spent 12 hours a day with Photoshop. Only ones that I ever missed were PS 5.5 and now, CS3. I almost jumped to CS3 with all my Adobe programs, but have yet to do so. To date, I have found nothing, across the full suite, that benefits ME. Others probably feel differently, but that is their decision to make.
To the OP's question: I'm with Jim as to what MS-PP can handle. I think that a DV-AVI will work fine.
PowerPoint projects like WIndows MEdia files. Try that instead of MPEG.