Premiere Frameserve

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How to Frameserve from Adobe Premiere to any Encoder
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Using the AVISYNTH Frameserver Plugin to Premiere you can use any encoder like TMPGEnc without creating a temporarily AVI.

This method is using avisynth beta plugin and may not work that good for all. You can then try the other more updated Premiere FrameServe guide.

Tools you need:
Adobe Premiere 6 / avisynth beta with plugin and any MPEG Encoder.

Installing the Plugin
Just copy the in the Flask dir. If you want to use it within Premiere just rename it to and move it in the plugin dir.

Installing Avisynth
Avisynth consists in its entirety of a single DLL and a few entries in the Registry. Once you've unpacked the distribution archive, just move avisynth.dll to your windows\system directory and double-click the install.reg file.

After you have edit everything in Premiere you are ready to export the movie.

Export Timeline->Movie as usual.

Click Settings...

Select Link to Avisynth under File Type and select Advanced Settings.

Select Random access and hit OK and OK again under the Export Movie Settings to come back to the Save dialog.

Save the file as anything it doesnt matter, it wont create a file.

Now should this this windows appear.

Now has AVISYNTH createad a part0.avs in C:\ that You can test to open with windows media player and it should play(very slow though). And don't hit Stop serving until you have encoded.

4) Now to the encoding part, it is basically the same as convert a AVI to (S)VCD but instead of open a AVI you open the created part0.avs in the MPEG Encoder(TMPGEnc,Panasonic, for LSX you need this patch that you copy to the lsx folder and run) application by selecting view all files when opening, so for

read here how to convert to VCD MPEG

and here how to convert to SVCD MPEG

and here how to convert to DVD MPEG



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