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Daniele Charasanakis
Adobe After Effects - How to render in 4K and 60fps?
on Oct 15, 2014 at 10:34:27 pm

Hello,
this is my 1st thread, I hope i'm doing everything right.

So the problem is, I have some 4K footages in 60 frames per second and I would like to render them out but H.264 resizes the resolution to 1920 x 2160.

I can't render them in AVI Uncompressed due to the fact that I will need more than 250 GB of hard disk space which I don't have laying around right now.

So, do you know any codec or any other way that I can render this without compromising resolution or fps? :)

Thank you in advance!


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Walter Soyka
Re: Adobe After Effects - How to render in 4K and 60fps?
on Oct 16, 2014 at 12:40:50 am

[Daniele Charasanakis] "I can't render them in AVI Uncompressed due to the fact that I will need more than 250 GB of hard disk space which I don't have laying around right now."

60p 4K is very resource-intensive. Big, fast disks will be very helpful.


[Daniele Charasanakis] "So the problem is, I have some 4K footages in 60 frames per second and I would like to render them out but H.264 resizes the resolution to 1920 x 2160."

How are you rendering now? What version of Ae do you have?

You may be able to use Dynamic Link between Ae and Adobe Media Encoder to render directly to 4K H.264 without an intermediate.


[Daniele Charasanakis] "So, do you know any codec or any other way that I can render this without compromising resolution or fps? :)"

ProRes and CineForm would make good intermediates.

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Daniele Charasanakis
Re: Adobe After Effects - How to render in 4K and 60fps?
on Oct 16, 2014 at 9:35:16 pm

Thanks for replying,

It's a trial version of Adobe After Effects CS6.

I've never used Dynamic Link between AE and Adobe Media Encoder so I might have to google that one...

But anyway, thanks for suggesting ProRes and Cineform, I didn't know them. So for now, I'm going to try Cineform!


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