This may sound silly but I

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This may sound silly but I actually use Windows Movie Maker to downcovert pieces made on Adobe Premiere Pro.

Here’s I do it:

1) Export the finished Adobe timeline as a movie.

2) Import that movie into Movie Maker. Be sure to uncheck the automatic clips box.

3) Drag the movie you imported into the Movie Maker timeline or storyboard.

4) Under Finish Movie, click save to my computer.

5) Give it a title and destination and click next.

6) Check “Other Settings” and select “High Quality NTSC” from the drop down menu.

This has given me a good balance between size and quality.

See mascenicmedia.blogspot.com for examples.

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