Exported in VBR, 2 Pass and I can't find the saved video?!

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Jun 19, 2018 Jun 19, 2018

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I've been using Adobe Premiere Pro CC for a while, and I always save to the same folder, same file path. I normally export via CBR, and have no issues locating the saved video.   This time, I exported via VBR, 2 pass, 15-40mps as I need to send it to a client, so it had a smaller file size, yet still high quality.

Spent a lot of time exporting this morning, and now completed, I cannot find my exported video. Any ideas?

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 19, 2018 Jun 19, 2018
Do you still have Media Encoder open? If so, under the Output File column, you can click on the path. That will open a window with your file highlighted. Then just move it to the correct location.A second option would be if you exported it from Premiere Pro, then you can also open the Export window again. With the Export window open, just click the file name and see where Premiere Pro is trying to save the file. By default, it should bring up a window to the location where you last exported to.

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Do you still have Media Encoder open? If so, under the Output File column, you can click on the path. That will open a window with your file highlighted. Then just move it to the correct location.

A second option would be if you exported it from Premiere Pro, then you can also open the Export window again. With the Export window open, just click the file name and see where Premiere Pro is trying to save the file. By default, it should bring up a window to the location where you last exported to.

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