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Best PE9 Share/Save Settings to Use for Finished Videos for Downloading and Streaming Online

Community Beginner ,
Mar 05, 2021 Mar 05, 2021

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(Sorry if this is a duplicate post,  it was showing up error on the first try)

Hi,  I have searched all over and have found nothing to help with my application.  Looking for information on what would be the best Presets and even the best Multiplexer, Video and Audio Settings, in the Share tab part of Premier Elements 9, for a particular finished video that I want to use in a certain application:

 
I have finished edited master videos I want to save to the computer made with PE9, but now I want them saved as a master in the proper and best quality format saved to the computer, then upload a copy of that master file later online to a cloud or website, in order to make them available for online digital streaming and online digital downloading, with less play back problems as possible for viewers.  Yes PE9 is dated, but it works well, and want to keep using it for what I'm looking to do if at all possible.  I have already saved them to DVD masters, and as DVD Folders on a computer, but if they can also be saved at a better quality (and size?) for online viewing/downloading, looking for that option as well.
 
-It would be for finished videos no more than 2 hours long each, want to keep the DVD type menus (assuming videos available online for streaming and download still have DVD type menus?), video clips used to make the finished master videos are in Standard Definition 4:3 (with Anamorphic if possible to help fill 16x9 screens), original files used to make the final videos are VOB files, 720x480, 29.9 fps, Type MPEG Movie, 48000 Hz Stereo, Pixel Depth 32,  Average Data Rate 575 KB/Second, Pixel Aspect Ratio .9091.
 
-Also would need the Presets and the best Advanced Settings Multiplexer, Video and Audio Settings, in the Share tab part of Premier Elements 9, for a finished video to upload to a site or cloud for streaming and downloading.  The videos used to make these other master videos (max 2 hours long), were filmed in SD with an HD camera, 16x9,  Anamorphic to fit anyone who still has a 4:3 screen out there, video files used to edit and make a master through PE 9 are TOD files (or even VOB), MPEG movie, 1440x1080, Pixel Depth 32, Frame Rate 29.97, Audio 48000 Hz 32 Bit Stereo, Average Date Rate 3.2 MB/second, Pixel Aspect ratio 1.3333.
 
-And the same Presets and Advanced Settings if I want to save to the computer as true HD Blue Ray, if that is possible without burning to an actual Blue Ray Disc, just save to the computer,and later upload that finished file to the website/cloud for HD streaming and downloading..
 
Any help would be appreciated. If this isn't in the proper area for PE, please let me know where it should be posted (or moderators can you move it please). If you need more information, let me know (also Forum User/Poster ATR are you still on the forums?)    Thank you.
 
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Mar 05, 2021 Mar 05, 2021

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Why not just use the DVD and BluRay disc output options?

 

Though do note that two hours is a lot of video to fit on a DVD. I recommend keeping DVD videos to no more than 70-80 minutes. A BluRay disc can hold two hours of BluRay video however.

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