Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 05:08PM
Hey All -

Switched fro FCP 7 to Premiere 6. Trying to export the best quality movie for broadcast. The piece was shot on 7D's and edited in a sequence that match those settings.
My client wants the piece delivered with a .mov extension. the only place I can find that setting says it will export in 720 by 480. And the "Broadcast" settings are all H.264.
Can anyone help me get this out of my machine in best res with a .mov extension?

Hot burning deadline ... right now I am missing the export existing settings in FCP7

Thanks!!

OSX 10.8.4
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 05:41PM
Are you on a Mac? If so, install this:

[www.adobe.com]



www.strypesinpost.com
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 05:48PM
Strypes!! You are the man!! I was waiting for your help brother! Thx for showing up!
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 05:51PM
Where do I put these files once downloaded?
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 06:12PM
Instructions are on the link I posted earlier. Import preset in AME.

Yea, Adobe does not have built in ProRes presets as they do not own ProRes. You can create them yourself in AME, but downloading them from the Adobe webpage is certainly easier.

You can also create a ProRes sequence right in Premiere itself.

[blogs.adobe.com]



www.strypesinpost.com
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 06:14PM
I was looking for instructions - didn't see - I'll check again
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 06:20PM
sorry to bug strypes - but I am not seeing instructions - prob cuz the deadline is ticking and I am not seeing clearly - can you help?
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 06:33PM
yeah the instructions say to launch an installer but the download simply came as a folder with files in it and no installer
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 06:40PM
Figured out to launch AME and import new presets but keep getting an error message - "no exporter available"
.. so close and yet so far ...
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 06:42PM
Do you still have FCP 7 installed?

My software:
Pro Maintenance Tools - Tools to keep Final Cut Studio, Final Cut Pro X, Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro running smoothly and fix problems when they arise
Pro Media Tools - Edit QuickTime chapters and metadata, detect gamma shifts, edit markers, watch renders and more
More tools...
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 06:42PM
1. Download and Unzip desired preset packages
2. Launch AME
3. In Preset Browser panel, click on Import Presets button and select desired (extracted) presets

In the picture, button h:
[helpx.adobe.com]



www.strypesinpost.com
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 06:46PM
I still have FCP installed yes

Tried that Strypes - got error message
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 06:54PM
Preset could not be imported. No Exporter found for this preset.

... is the error message I get
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 06:55PM
Do the files need to be in a certain place? I have them in Application support/Adobe at the moment
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 07:11PM
Try creating a preset by clicking on the "+" sign in the presets window.



www.strypesinpost.com
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 07:13PM
doesn't give me any ProRes or .mov options
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 07:45PM
What does the broadcaster actually want Troy? All my deliverable recently have been MXF Op1a, specifically requested by the station.

If the other system isn't working for you, try the blog post on how to set up an end to end Pro Res setup that was linked before and is here [blogs.adobe.com]

I used this in CS6 and it worked fine.

Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 07:55PM
They have simply asked for an HD .mov file. The is for an E! Entertainment thing so I am once removed from end user.
Just battling my unfamiliarity with CS6 and Exporting. A tad frustrating. Thanks for the help.
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 07:59PM
Jude - this is a great article. Once I finish my latest try at an export I will employ this. Thank you.

Image of me right now (quoting Broadcast News)

Bobby Bobby Bobby Bobby Bobby .....
Re: Exporting for Broadcast
July 24, 2013 08:34PM
Thanks again Jude - this article was the answer and revealed some great capabilities that Premiere Pro has.
And thanks to all for your support in my time of panic - er need ...
Whew!!

Now ... Premiere or Avid moving forward? The question burns ...
Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum.

Click here to login

 


Google
  Web lafcpug.org

Web Hosting by HermosawaveHermosawave Internet


Recycle computers and electronics