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Luc Novovitch
Olympus E-P5 & Premiere Pro CC
on Feb 10, 2017 at 4:30:56 am

I have some decent equipment, etc... etc... But! I made myself a compact rig: Olympus E-P5 in a small fitting cage, a superb lens, good mike and so on. My question: what would be the optimum settings to export the footage from Premiere Pro CC? The file coming out of the P5 is a mov, 1080p 30. I tried different settings, and results go from OK to really bad...
Thank you for reading.


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Joe Barta IV
Re: Olympus E-P5 & Premiere Pro CC
on Feb 10, 2017 at 3:16:14 pm

Are your test results "from OK to really bad" the files or how Premiere CC handles them? Basically, you should use the best file settings on the camera you can get out it and Premiere should be able to handle it with no problem.

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Luc Novovitch
Re: Olympus E-P5 & Premiere Pro CC
on Feb 10, 2017 at 3:38:45 pm

Thank you Joe. The settings on the camera are fine. Highest possible quality, highest resolution, etc... As I do
with video cameras I lowered saturation, contrast and sharpness. The problem I have is that once the processed and post-processed sequence is ready to be exported, the results are not really as expected. I know I cannot compare to a video camera. I tried different settings when it comes to "export media" (vimeo various settings, plain vanilla 1080p, played with VBR 2 pass, depth, etc...) but the best I can obtain is not satisfying. Average quality. Maybe I am expecting too much from a basically photographic camera shooting video. I uploaded a file with the used settings giving me the "best" results I can obtain:


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Joe Barta IV
Re: Olympus E-P5 & Premiere Pro CC
on Feb 10, 2017 at 3:58:29 pm

Try changing the Field Order to Progressive and turn off the Use Maximum Render Quality, it is not necessary unless you are doing graphics/animation, that will also speed up your render times a bit.

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Luc Novovitch
Re: Olympus E-P5 & Premiere Pro CC
on Feb 10, 2017 at 10:28:57 pm

Did a test, and that will be my settings. It's usable for talking hads to be posted online. Thank you for the advice and time.


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Luc Novovitch
Re: Olympus E-P5 & Premiere Pro CC
on Feb 10, 2017 at 10:29:55 pm

Hum... Fat fingers... Talking heads, I meant.


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