Reference movies in Premiere Pro 1.5???

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jademunky

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Hi,

I was just wondering if anybody knew if sequences can be exported as (QuickTime, NLE) reference movies from Premiere Pro 1.5?

I have been able to export these in earlier versions but cant find out how to do this in 1.5 for the life of me!

P Pro does export to Discreets Cleaner for converting the video file/s by providing a reference movie, but this dosent seem to be able to be extracted by itself!!

Anyone able to help before i loose anymore hair over this???

:D Jademunky :D
 
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Reference movies? Never heard that term before and I am in the business. Tell me, just what a "reference movie" is. Pro should allow you to convert avi's to many different formats ----if thats what you mean.
 

jademunky

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:confused: Im looking to literally make a reference to a movie in a given sequence rather than exporting the whole time line as an AVI etc... the resulting file uses the project as a reference point to the video (Along the same lines as streaming Quicktime movies as NOT Self contained in the Adobe Media Encoder in 1.5) This has been a possibility in earlier versions yet since the introduction of the Adobe Media Encoder in 1.5 i cant find a way of doing this! :confused:

Hope this makes sense?

Jademunky
 
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