Use H.264 instead. It is also a flavor of MPEG4, but allows for full resolution. The preset you see is H.263
Pr has more specific presets available. Do you want H.264? Are you
exporting for Blu-ray? Find and use those presets.
Also remember that you can alter any preset to fit your needs. So if
you want generic MPEG4, then change the frame size manually, and set the
other parameters accordingly.
Oh, so "H.264" is the magic word. Thanks guys, you really saved my day :)My target is a memory stick, that will be placed in a WD TV box, playing the video onto a 1920 x 1080 BenQ 24" screen. Nice!As suggested, I did try to manually change the settings for the MPEG4 preset, but got all sorts of complains.It turned out that I could not even manage to enter the correct resolution 1920 x 1080. Well I'm on my way again using "H.264".Thanks again!/Harald