The following options are available in the General panel of the Export Movie

The following options are available in the general

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The following options are available in the General panel of the Export Movie Settings, Export Frame Settings, and Export Audio Settings dialog boxes: File Type Choose the kind of file you want to export from the menu. The file type you select affects which other export movie settings options are available. Compile Settings Select to access format-specific options. AVI formats and GIF formats include compile settings. See “To export a GIF or animated GIF” on page 379 and “To export marker data in AVI files” on page 379.
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ADOBE PREMIERE PRO 2.0 User Guide 383 Range Choose whether to export an entire sequence or clip, or a range of frames based on the work area of a sequence, or from the In point to the Out point of a clip. Export Video Select to export the video tracks, or deselect to prevent exporting video tracks. Export Audio Select to export the audio tracks, or deselect to prevent exporting audio tracks. Add to Project When Finished Select to add the exported file to the Project panel after exporting is complete. Beep When Finished Select if you want Adobe Premiere Pro to sound an alert when exporting is complete. Embedding Options Choose whether to include a project link in the exported file. When a file contains project link information, you can open and edit the original project from within another Adobe Premiere Pro project or from another application that supports the Edit Original command. Select Project from this menu to embed the link infor- mation in the exported file; choose None if you do not want to include the information. This option is not available for all formats, or when exporting a source clip. (See “To edit a clip in its original application” on page 155.) Video export settings The following options are available in the Video panel of the Export Movie Settings dialog box and the Export Frame Settings dialog box: Compressor Choose the codec (compressor/decompressor) for Adobe Premiere Pro to apply when exporting a file, and click Configure (if available) to set options specific to the selected codec. The codecs available depend on the File Type you chose in the General panel of the Export Movie Settings dialog box or Export Frame Settings dialog box. Note: If you cannot find options that your hardware-based codec provides, see the documentation provided by the hardware manufacturer. Some codecs included with video-capture hardware require that you set compression options in dialog boxes provided by the codec, instead of through the options described in this section. Color Depth Choose the color depth , or the number of colors to include in video that you export. This menu is not available if the selected Compressor supports only one color depth. Some codecs allow you to specify an 8-bit (256-color) palette when preparing a video program for 8-bit color playback—for example, to match the colors on a web page or in a presentation. When available, click Palette and then either select Make Palette From Movie to derive
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