Motion JPEG

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I have a sequence in Adobe Premiere that I need to export as a Motion JPEG in order for it to play from a thumb drive directly connected to a TV. This is the only sort of motion format the tv accepts....Thanks for nothing Sanyo .

PLEASE ADVISE.

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Adobe Employee , Aug 30, 2018 Aug 30, 2018
Hi MitchW,You have to use CC2017 for this output as it's part of the QuickTime 32bit codec set, which is no longer supported. If it's not installed, please reinstall it for this feature.Sorry about that!Thanks,Kevin

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Hi MitchW,

You have to use CC2017 for this output as it's part of the QuickTime 32bit codec set, which is no longer supported. If it's not installed, please reinstall it for this feature.

Sorry about that!

Thanks,
Kevin

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