You can export movies for playback on cell phones, some PDAs, and portable media players, such as video iPods, and PlayStation Portable (PSP) devices. Premiere Elements has presets that automatically provide for a number of these devices. You can also customize presets to match the format requirements of a given device.
Export using an iPod or PSP preset to produce your own video podcasts (also called vodcasts).
You may need to customize a 3GP preset to export video that will play on a specific 3GP phone. Check your phone’s user guide for its requirements. Also, not all phones support the 3GP format exported by Premiere Elements.
Premiere Elements lets you quickly export your movie in formats suitable for use in specific mobile devices by providing optimized presets for specific devices. Use the provided presets for best results. If your project requires special settings, you can click the Advanced button and make changes.
All mobile files are compressed using the H.264 compression standard. To help you decide which preset to choose, each preset’s specific settings for file type, frame size, frame rate, audio frequency, file size, and duration are listed below the preset name. You can choose from the following formats when sharing to a mobile phone or player:
Apple iPod, iPad and iPhone
Creates a file that plays back optimally from an iPod or iPhone. Choose from iPod and iPhone High Quality, iPod and iPhone Medium Quality.
Creates an audio file in MPEG-4 Movie format for optimal playback from an iPod or other audio players and mobile phones. Choose from Audio Podcast - High Quality, Audio Podcast - Medium Quality, MP3 Audio Podcast - High Quality, MP3 Audio Podcast - Medium Quality Mono, and MP3 Audio Podcast - Medium Quality.