Just to add. The sequence is about 5 minutes long.
For DVD you need to send to Encore.
For the web, you need to decide whether you are creating the final web file or a file to upload to youtube or whatever. In export look for the Youtube preset.
A DV-AVI will be about 13GB / hour of runtime, as it is only slightly compressed.
As Stanley says, you will want to use Encore for the DVD (MPEG-2 files, in the necessary DVD VOB containers, plus the necessary other files in the VIDEO_TS folder), or you can Burn an Image, which will be the ISO. As MPEG-2 compresses far more that DV-AVI, the file will be smaller.
For the Web, I would look at Export to FLV, though knowing the embedded player on the Web site might direct you to H.264 for that Export. Also, make note of the Frame Size of the embedded player, and match those specs.
Thanks you for the quick response and the link. I wish help pages were searchable by google! BUT a
quick link from wonderfully helpful users is much appreciated.
Hope that the replies helped, and that you are up and editing.
Now, the Help files are getting better (though I still like my books ), and the ability to do searches is improving greatly.
I like to state that for most problems, there is the forum, and for everything else, there are the Help files. The Adobe folk keep beating me in the head, and telling me that I have things backwards, but I hide in the corner, where they can't get me...
Yes, Kelly, Hunt is always here, hiding in the corner, waiting to help.
But don't hide in the corner; use the search functions and "help"! Then come here for forum assistance. Then use help again if the forum answer only gets you part way!
a) You can google; just a plain old google for most anything. Often that has worked better, but, as Hunt says, the searches here are improved.
b) Todd says (he's one of the ones, maybe the only one, who beats Hunt around the head) to use the community search within Adobe, which uses the google engine. This page is the main Premeire forum link, and the second paragraph under "Read this before asking questions on this forum" gives 3 links (really examples) of searching adobe regarding Premiere.
Here's one of those links/examples.
See the "Adobe reference only"? It's filtered for the help documents. Just hit the "x" and it will give all all Adobe content for Premiere - so you see tu torials, blogs, even the (now old but still useful) Premiere wiki.
There's even a link to add this as a search engine in your browser settings.
Try it; you'll like it!
Okay Hunt, you can come out now.
To add a little to what Stan and Hunt said...
Here's information on how best to search for information on Premiere Pro: