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About the manual
This manual is intended for all users who want to find out about how to use Nero Digital™ plug-in for Adobe® Premiere®. It is process-based and explains how to reach a particularobjective on a step-by-basis. In order to make best use of this manual, please note the following conventions: Symbol Meaning Indicates warnings, preconditions or instructions that have to be followed strictly. Indicates additional information or advice.
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About the Nero Digital™ plug-in for Adobe® Premiere®
The Nero Digital™plug-in for Adobe® Premiere® allows you to convert video files edited in Adobe® Premiere® into Nero Digital™ files (MPEG-4). Additional setting options are available during encoding. The Nero Digital™ plug-in for Adobe® Premiere® is available both in Adobe® Premiere® Pro and in Adobe® Premiere® Elements. For simplicity's sake the different versions are referred to generically as Adobe® Premiere® inthis manual.
In addition to the general system requirements for the Nero suite, it is also necessary to install Adobe® Premiere® to enable the Nero Digital™ plug-in for Adobe® Premiere® to be installed
2.1.1 Operating systems
The Nero Digital™ plug-in for Adobe® Premiere® supports the same operating...