Bad news, I'm afraid. Pr has never done a good job exporting to DivX,
AFAIK. I don't know if Adobe or DivX or someone else is to blame. If
you have XviD installed, or any other open-source codecs installed, it
may(?) help if you uninstall all of those and just go with the full,
retail version of the DivX encoder.
Thanks for the reply Jeff,
Yea thought of that as an option(I actually have it), however still can't due to the time constraints, extra step in exporting a set of files and then encoding them again in DivX converter, amount of files and drive space issue.
I don't think that is what Jeff said
Uninstall all xvid/divx codecs
Install only the PAID codec
See if that will work to export direct from PPro
Though it does not help, PrElements can actually use the installed DivX CODEC and does as good a job, as the stand-alone DivX encoder (~ US$40) does. Not sure why PrPro does not.
In the end, Jim's rec. for the stand-alone is a good one.
Maybe skip using Premiere altogether.
I thought it could be a possible solution, however unfortunatly doesn't have the ability to add on-screen titles (like Premiere does),
unfortunatly doesn't have the ability to add on-screen titles (like Premiere does),
Unfortunately, you are missing the point of the DivX encoder. It is only an encoder, and not an NLE. Do you editing in PrPro, Export to the appropriate format for your Project, i.e. SD, or HD, and then use the resulting file in the encoder to get to DivX.
doesn't have the ability to add on-screen titles
Then you may be stuck with a two step process - edit, then convert.