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David LawrenceRe: Premiere Pro CS 6.0: First Impressions
by on May 8, 2012 at 5:40:17 pm

[David Cherniack] "...But let's say for reasons of space, hardware, or delivery specs you can't do that. So just output a higher or at worst, equal, bit rate & depth. With today's quality codecs a decompression/recompression cycle at a high bit rate & depth is not going to produce any visible artefacts. The only issue is rendering time."

David, thanks for sharing your workflow. Can you comment on the Use Maximum Render Quality setting? When is it appropriate to use and when is it not? It adds a huge amount of time to the render. I did a couple tests with my 4K sequence and the difference was a factor of ten - 40 minutes vs 4 minutes. But when I compared the results, they looked so similar, I could barely tell the difference. Any thoughts?

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