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Ryan Holmes
Re: AME CC2014 (bad quality h264 compressions when compared with Compressor)
on Mar 31, 2015 at 8:03:59 pm

Glad that it's coming out better. I'm thinking the h.264 mov file is a general non-standard way to display h.264 content, and Quicktime will restrict the options you can encode with, as you notice. When comparing h.264 mp4's I've not noticed a big game in quality between Compressor, AME, Squeeze, or Telestream. They all do a comparable job on the footage provided the specs are done well.

If I had to guess as to your latest problem, I'd assume QT as the culprit. It's a notoriously bad way to preview and playback files (gamma issues, pulldown problems, etc). I would check it in some other players to verify (MPEG Streamclip, VLC, Cineplay) or bring it back into Premiere and see if it's showing up there as not completely fading out. If so, you can add a frame or two of black to the end of your spot in your NLE of choice before exporting out.

Ryan Holmes
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