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- July 25, 2016 at 12:40 AM #90847archz2Member
I am using adobe premiere pro cs6
I am running windows 8.1 (64 bit)
I am trying to cut a portion of duration 7min. 15s minutes from a big video. I am using h264 encoding for the final output as an mp4 file. The sad part is, I am choosing bitrate of 3mbps and still the quality is low (gets pixelated at some points and has low resolution) of the final output of video. The final video has 1920×1080 dimensions but the resolution i.e. the dpi seems to be low.
The source video has a bit rate of 1792 kbps and looks very sharp. What should I do so that my final video is crisp?
The official music videos and trailers on youtube have a very sharp quality and a low file size. I want the same settings for exporting my videos such that the quality is the highest and the file size is the lowest. I shoot videos from my phone camera. It makes a 7-8 minute video of 1GB file size. On the other hand, a very high quality youtube video of 720 p resolution of approximately 1 hour 15 minutes length has that file size.
- July 25, 2016 at 8:40 PM #214288shashankjigsawMember
Try reducing your bit rate to 1500 kbps. It seems that since your original bit rate is low and you are trying to encode at a higher bit rate, such a problem can arise. Secondly what is the aspect ration of your original file ? Is it 4:3 or 16:9 ? If you are trying to encode a SD file into a HD file, then too such a problem could arise.
- July 27, 2016 at 2:46 AM #214299JasmineJasmineMember
Trying to export then upload a 20 hour video to youtube, hoping this makes it possible!
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