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ezio mestesso
h264 question..
on May 12, 2011 at 1:21:20 pm

Can I render in AE in full res a 1920x3240 video?
I tried to encode in photojpeg in AE but does not allow to limit the bitrate, I want to encode in H264 but it have the size limit to 1920x2000.. it is possible to render in large formats?
Any tips accepted.
What I need is the full resolution (1920x3240), a maximum bitrate of 27Mbit/s and maximum acceptable file size (~ 30 min / ~ 5Gb).
Thank you all in advance.
( sorry for the bad english.. )


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Craig Seeman
Re: h264 question..
on May 13, 2011 at 6:00:34 am

Version of AE?
Mac or Windows?
What is the purpose of the file at that frame size?



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ezio mestesso
Re: h264 question..
on May 13, 2011 at 11:21:38 am

AE CS5 - OSX - that video is played in a videowall formation 1x3 full HD (1920x3240)

example:

[_1920x1080_]
[_1920x1080_]
[_1920x1080_]


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Craig Seeman
Re: h264 question..
on May 14, 2011 at 5:58:16 pm

I'm not an Adobe expert but I am surprised that a program such as After Effects CS5, which should handle 4K files, has such severe limits on H.264 export.

You may need to export as Animation or some other uncompressed format and try a higher end encoding app such as Telestream Episode.



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Jeff Greenberg
Re: h264 question..
on May 18, 2011 at 1:57:43 pm

I don't know if you can render this in AE directly.

I have CS 5.5 - I did this.

Built a comp in AE at 1920 x 3240. Saved the file.

Went to Adobe Media Encoder and then brought in the AE file - and picked the comp. Selected Mpeg-2, then took the HDTV preset and double clicked it.

And I can verify it DOESN'T work. I can't get Adobe Media Encoder to have the frame height above 1088.

You're going to have to try a different compression tool. What else do you have?

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