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I don't do mp3, but any type of compress file is an option on the media encoder page... where you export MPEG to go to a dvd
If mp3 is available, that is most likely where it would be located
Thanks John- I didn't find it there though. I searched around in AME and couldn't find any mp3 option. Mp3 files can be imported, of course, but unless I'm just not looking in the right place you can't export in that format. I'm hoping I missed it though and someone can point me in the right direction.
I export WAV from PPro, then open WAV into Audition to convert to mp3.
Thanks for that. I was hoping not to have to go thru the extra steps.
If you select Adobe Flash video as a Format in the Adobe Media Encoder you get Mpeg-1 Layer 3 audio encoding which is familiary called MP3. You can deselect "Video" to only get the audio and you can select the bitrate you want: 192 is usual for stereo MP3.
Thank you Pierre- that is what I was looking for! Sadly, I just tried it out and Premiere crashed with this message:
Initializing libguide.lib, but found libguide40.lib already initialized.
This can cause performance degradation.
Set environment variable KMP_DUPLICATE_LIB_OK=TRUE if you want to continue in this case.
Anyone know what to do to solve this new problem?
Should've done some searching before that last post... Here are directions on how to fix this problem:
Pierre- when I use your method Premiere only produces one file and it's .flv. Is there a way to make Premiere create a seperate file for the audio?
Apparently not. The file produced is a mp3 coded file wrapped in a flv format. You therefore would need a flv splitter to separate the mp3 component. A simple mp3 decoder would not be able to achieve decoding while a desktop computer having access to a vast array of DirectShow tools would play it.
So the suggestion above to export as a wav file followed by a conversion to mp3 using any converter appears to be the simplest solution.
There is a free flv to mp3 converter below but it does not save the intermediate step.
Maybe your transcriber can use WMA instead of MP3. That would save you the intermediate step.