Exporting to VCD in Premier

choweining

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I'm trying to create a VCD. After editing my movie in Adobe Premier, I need to export it to .mpg format. Using the "save for web" feature, which format should I select? Is it the "MPEG > 2X CDROM PAL 352 X 288"? The resolution of 352 X 288 seems pretty low.

Another thing is, when I export the video, it is very slow. According to the program, it takes almost 7 mins to export 1 min of video, and the speed is only 3-4 fps.

According to reviews on THG, exporting a MPeg4 video is almost real time, around 25-30 fps. How come my MPeg2 video is so slow? I'm running a P4 1.9Ghz with 256RDRAM here!

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1. Yes. this is the resolution you need for VCD. It also MUST be Mpg1.

2. Yes it's low resolution and the main reason why VCD quality is so Crappy.

3. For real good quality Mpg1 I was at over 30Min for encoding 1Min of video on my 1Ghz AMD.

4. DviX is not VCD. It's not compatible and uses diferant encoder.

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