Adobe Premiere CS5 beginner here, though I have used earlier versions of Premiere Elements quite a bit.
I'm trying to export video clips for web viewing. These clips must be in MOV format (i.e. no mp4, flv, etc). Some of them are high-motion and I'd like the best possible quality with reasonable filesize, but not sure what codecs offered by Premiere are best. I tried using the Quicktime H.264 codec, but the control panel options are limited (no options for 2-pass VBR, setting min/max bitrates, etc) and honestly the result was surprisingly blocky.
Is there a way to expand the control panel for Quicktime H.264? Or is there a preferable QT codec offered in CS5? Any help would be much appreciated...
These clips must be in MOV format
Because the gallery software I'm currently using presents MOV files much better than the other formats. I'll be changing this in the future, but for now MOV is what I've got to work with.
Anyone else have some advice on this?