2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 10, 2009 8:21 AM by (raymond_setzer)

    Premiere Pro CS3 for Mac timeline encoder application options

      What options (Procoder-like) do I have for Mac Premiere Pro CS3 timeline encoding? Appreciate any application suggestions.
        • 1. Re: Premiere Pro CS3 for Mac timeline encoder application options
          Harm Millaard Level 7
          If you get a PC, you will have many. On a Mac, dunno. Just one of the advantages of that platform in addition to the price and lack of expansion capabilities.
          • 2. Re: Premiere Pro CS3 for Mac timeline encoder application options
            Level 1
            I understand that you get more options on the Win Platform. If your
            looking for a specific option that you intend to use alot, then you will
            certainly want to factor that in when you make your OS choice.

            But just having lots of options in itself is not, in itself, a good
            reason to base your choice on. The Mac platforms tend to be more
            quicktime based, but your encoding options are varied allowing you to
            create delivery formats for a range of end users, from tiny Ipod size
            video to lossless formats that most any other platform will handle with
            no difficulty. Of course you have the standard DVD export routines, and
            you also have flash video export routines.

            For import concerns, I have found a program called Visual Hub to be
            quite useful in conversions. I've found it to be able to quickly convert
            most everything I throw it at, specifically those xvid and divx file
            that tend to be problematic for NLE's on both platforms.