Export movie from Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 to .MP4 file

I want to render a short movie clip for use in my Sony Ericsson K800i
The file needs to be a .MP4 file, with Video codec: MP4 and audio codec: AAC
I'm using Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0

There is an export option that can export mp4, but the file ends up as a .MOV file with video codec MP4 and this will not play on my cell phone.

There is probably many different ways of getting this job done, but I'm looking for a way to export directly from Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0

Arild
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arildj78Asked:
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shuboarderCommented:
Hi Arild,

For some reason, even though Adobe Premiere can export to .mp4, it still sticks a .mov extension on it. I believe the answer is to simply rename the extension to .mp4

Hope this helps!
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arildj78Author Commented:
Didn't do the trick... maybe becouse I couldn't find a way to compress the sound to AAC ?

Arild
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shuboarderCommented:
Hmmm...

that's a shame. Perhaps you might consider a conversion option then?
I can provide you with an excellent free piece of software if you will consider this route?
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arildj78Author Commented:
Yup.... Seems like that is the way to go then... It's a shame though. Premiere beeing a such a nice product. One should be able to load a plugin enabling it to export to whatever format you would want.

Arild
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shuboarderCommented:
Yes it would... I'll keep my eyes open.

In the meantime try:

Super:

Super is a completely free video/audio converter that achieves for free what most can't achieve for money!

http://www.erightsoft.com/S5l01.html
Direct download link:
http://updat.free.fr/9ABEA2F908070B7AA98D4FF/SUPERsetup.exe

Simply drag and drop the file into the program, select your output container and away it goes!

Good luck!
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