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    I've 10 mins of SD footage on the Edius 5 timeline and I think I need to export it as a Microsoft AVI file. It has to be imported into adobe premier.

    Any advice please, thanks.
    Tony




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  • #2
    Pick DV AVI in the Exporter...
    Pick AVI > DV and pick "Enable Conversion"
    pick DV NTSC/PAL (your local flavor) Pick Export
    Assign a filename and mark the "Use MS codec" tickbox and save.

    I wish the codec choice was back in the Exporter, but that's me.
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    • #3
      Thank you Rusty, I never would have got it. Thanks.
      Tony




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      • #4
        I might have made a mistake somewhere, it exported OK but its to big for a DVD Its 7.58GB.
        Sorry its 38mins long not 10 min as I first thought.
        (I went AVI>DV> DV Pal 720x576 50i Bottom)
        Tony




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        • #5
          7.5g is about right DV is app.13gb an hour
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          • #6
            Originally posted by John Lewis View Post
            7.5g is about right DV is app.13gb an hour
            Thats right, I forgot, Dvcam was about 12/13GB per hour.

            Now I need to put it onto a DVD for my friend.
            Last edited by tony; 04-05-2011, 06:40 PM.
            Tony




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            • #7
              You are either gong to have to get a DL disc or make a regular Mpeg2 DVD

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              • #8
                Originally posted by pjsssss View Post
                You are either gong to have to get a DL disc or make a regular Mpeg2 DVD
                Mpeg2 DVD I think, thanks
                Tony




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