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Premiere exports mp4 PLUS m4v

Community Beginner ,
Oct 30, 2023 Oct 30, 2023

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Hello,
I always get a mp4 and a m4v file as result when exporting. The mp4 file works fine (with sound), but I don't need the m4v file. I assume that but exporting takes longer if the m4v file is created at the same time. In the screenshot you can see my settings.  Does anyone know what I need to set so that the m4v file is not created? I tried to deactivate the audio switch but then the video switch is deactivated too. 

premiere-export-settings.png

Thanks for any help

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LEGEND ,
Oct 30, 2023 Oct 30, 2023

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I've seen Premiere make the two files initially, but they become one file when the export finishes processing.

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Community Beginner ,
Oct 30, 2023 Oct 30, 2023

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I have always observed that as well. In the end, the m4v file disappeared. But since Premiere 2024 it remains. Or my settings have changed. I had recently syncronized the setting in Premiere and in Mediaencoder

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I forgot to add the following info: I export with the Mediaencoder. I'm trying it again right now directly in Premiere. Is there a way to edit your own posts in this forum?

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Oct 30, 2023 Oct 30, 2023

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 Is there a way to edit your own posts in this forum?


By @katkun

 

Not until you have accumulated a certain number of undisclosed "points" or met certain criteria.

 

If you need to change or remove a post, you can request it in the thread or contact a moderator by Direct Message within the forum (click on the moderator's icon and then on "Message").  Almost all Adobe Community Experts are moderators.

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Thank you.

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So not using mediaencoder directly its the same result, the m4v file stays. Since the file is apparently only not deleted, it does not bother. I do not lose any time. But look at the video switch when I disable audio. Is that normal?premiere-export-settings-02.png 

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