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Adobe Premiere Export Gliches

Post by abicarver on Sat Jun 07, 2014 11:09 am

I exported a video from Premiere with the Adobe Encoder and 5 mins in, it goes pixelated.

So I exported to QT file and then converted to mp4 using Handbrake. This time the image was super crisp but when there was movement, there were lots of narrow horizontal lines - see attached image.

Please can somebody advise me how to export the movies from Premiere without glitches. My expertise is yoga and not editing!

Thank you so much.

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Re: Adobe Premiere Export Gliches

Post by abicarver on Sun Jun 08, 2014 6:56 am

To clarify, first I exported a 15 minute video using the Adobe Encoder with the following settings:
H.264, 1280 x 720, 23.976, CBR, 0.4

It's HD 1080.

I thought everything was fine but the video started to pixelate when there was a radical switch in image (switched camera angle).

I then tried exporting the file as a QT file, Apple ProRes 422. Then I switched to Handbrake and set the average bitrate to 583 to get the file size I am after - which is 80MB. I selected 2-pass encoding and turbo first pass. Which is kind of incidental because the glitches appeared when I exported to QT.

There are a couple of video effects - brightness, white balance, sharpness...

Please can you explain your point about rendering. I have not rendered the files before exporting. I thought that would add an extra hour or so and I am exporting 100 videos. Not that I care about time - only about quality.

One final point, even though the QT file shows glitches as soon as I move, the quality was infinitely better than when I encoded through Adobe.

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Re: Adobe Premiere Export Gliches

Post by Admin on Mon Jun 09, 2014 4:55 am

Narrow horizontal lines means the video wasn't deinterlaced (properly).

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Re: Adobe Premiere Export Gliches

Post by abicarver on Mon Jun 09, 2014 8:05 am

At what stage would I deinterlace the video?

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Re: Adobe Premiere Export Gliches

Post by Admin on Mon Jun 09, 2014 11:56 pm

You could make Handbrake do it.

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