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Peter Antoinetti
Re: Premiere Pro CC 2018 rendering options please?
on Apr 21, 2020 at 5:06:06 pm

Thank you indeed Santanu,
I'm just sorting out the clips and could not get back to you as my feedback earlier today.

Here's the latest:

"by Santanu Bhattacharjee
on Apr 20, 2020
It all depends on the duration of your sequence and how complex the timeline is. If I were to anyway render complex, busy timelines, I would rather render 4K hi-quality once. Later take the rendered 4K output and simply convert to lower resolutions in Adobe media encoder, never come back to premiere."

That's an excellent idea to get 4K then reduce it when needed later on.
I may have to sleep on it since I don't have access to the fast pc at present.

One question on Adobe media encoder:
Does that still need the source files intact to reduce it or simply reduce the size of earlier output without the source files?


""by Santanu Bhattacharjee
I was wondering why it is taking longer to render out to 4K and heating up to 89C and less time for 1080p output when tested a 3-4 min test output?

any further advice please?"

There could be other factors such as -
1. footage on a network drive.
2. There are more unmatched dimension footage in the sequence that you have stretched than native 4k ones.
3. 4K resolution effects or color grading...

Let me further clarify that :
Let's say
- render out to 4K (heat up to 89C and takes longer to render out)
- with the same clips, render out to 1080p (heats up not as high as 89C and rendering takes not as long)

I thought I confuse you earlier as it was not as clear as now hopefully.

Does that change you advice please?

All the best

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