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Doug Bailey June 30th, 2010 06:34 AM

CS5 / CS4 Premiere Pro Export Settings & Book Recommendations
Hi everyone,
What are the suggested CS5 or CS4 Premiere Pro export settings to use for export to a web site? I'm sure CS4 will be the same.

I'm shooting with a 7d using 1080P at 30fps. Successfully uploaded using Quicktime, but way too slow for a visitor to my web site. There must be a faster way. I get emailed small videos all the time that have instant opening and play even on an old computer, so speed shouldn't be an issue.

Been using CS5 for 2 weeks and learning this program really quickly, but I'm stumped here. I've searched this forum and the net for days, so appreciate your help or direction to threads.

Mostly I want a very fast download load time even if quality suffers somewhat. Folks won't stick around waiting for a slow download of a bird preening.

It's too early for CS5 Premiere Pro books so I'm looking for the best CS4 Premiere Pro book/s. This should provide the detailed knowledge to work with the finer points. I'll buy CS5 books when they become available.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions to this non geek and truly appreciate this great site. Hope I've placed this in the correct forum.


Todd Kopriva July 4th, 2010 09:26 PM

Try using one of the F4V presets.
Try one of the F4V presets. More information is here:

"Exporting for the Web"

Todd Kopriva July 4th, 2010 09:28 PM

Regarding your second question...
The Premiere Pro Classroom in a Book is good.

Peter Manojlovic July 4th, 2010 09:33 PM

If the web is your main source of concern, then you need to chase down, and educate yourself on exporting for the web..It's a specialized trait in itself, and goes beyond "what's the best setting" question...

I'd recommend buying Arahon Robinowitz's tutorial..
From that point on, you can make a more educated decision on customer's needs.

Good luck!!

Doug Bailey July 5th, 2010 02:48 PM

Thanks Todd & Peter,
Helpful replies and very much appreciated.


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