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Santanu Bhattacharjee
Re: Premiere Pro CC 2018 rendering options please?
on Apr 21, 2020 at 6:39:52 pm

[Peter Antoinetti] "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?"

Not at all. I don't mean you take the sequence back into AME. You should take the output file. It has to reduce only the output generated for the first time. However, you should be careful to generate a hi-quality, h- bit-rate using a good codec. (not h264). Because further encoding will deteriorate the quality further. But using a hi-quality output as input will not lose much on quality because any way you are reducing the dimensions, that will reduce recompression artifacts.

[Peter Antoinetti] "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."

What are your PC specs, please?

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