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Exporting video with transparent background for web

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Mar 01, 2017 Mar 01, 2017

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What export settings would you use to get a web friendly file, out of a movie with a transparent background?
It's a short animation (2 secs) at 1920x1440 size. I need to export it with rgb+alpha, so I chose the png codec, which output a 44mb sized file.

Is it possible to get it under 10mb somehow?

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LEGEND , Mar 01, 2017 Mar 01, 2017

The only web-friendly video spec with alpha is FLV. You may need an old copy of Adobe Media Encoder to make it. If I recall correctly, CS5.5 did it correctly while CS6 would double the file size for some reason. I'm not sure if there was a bug fix to CS6 and I've never dealt with it since CC released, so I don't know what versions of it you need.

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The only web-friendly video spec with alpha is FLV. You may need an old copy of Adobe Media Encoder to make it. If I recall correctly, CS5.5 did it correctly while CS6 would double the file size for some reason. I'm not sure if there was a bug fix to CS6 and I've never dealt with it since CC released, so I don't know what versions of it you need.

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Hi Laumark,

Adding to Szalam's reply, you can download Premiere Pro CS6 version following the instructions in this article How to Find and Install Previous Version of Adobe Apps in CC 2015 | Adobe Customer Care Team

Thanks,

Vidya

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