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marko milovanovic
pops when exporting quick time h264
on Jun 25, 2013 at 6:42:38 am

I have exported Quicktime h264 movie from AE. Applied psd cinemascope. Exported it twice, and I had both times pops in the lower part of picture. Not happened on the same place. Do you know what it could be? And can I prerender it in Premiere, just taking that parts of clips, without losing any quality? I tried to export quicktimeh264 from premiere, but it looks to me that is little softer picture. Sorry for bad english

Marko


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marko milovanovic
Re: pops when exporting quick time h264
on Jun 25, 2013 at 9:23:58 am

It looks like this. http://img200.imageshack.us/img200/8574/o4h0.jpg


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Walter Soyka
Re: pops when exporting quick time h264
on Jun 25, 2013 at 1:30:31 pm

[marko milovanovic] "I have exported Quicktime h264 movie from AE. Applied psd cinemascope. Exported it twice, and I had both times pops in the lower part of picture. Not happened on the same place. Do you know what it could be?"

It's not clear to me what you've actually done. Can you describe your process, step by step?

I would not use Ae to compress your H.264. You'll get better results using Adobe Media Encoder.

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marko milovanovic
Re: pops when exporting quick time h264
on Jun 25, 2013 at 1:37:36 pm

Okay. We have done editing in premiere. I have imported premiere project in after effects. Than done color correction, etc. Export it as a Quicktime h264, and this happened on several places in film, it's just bad frame. http://img200.imageshack.us/img200/8574/o4h0.jpg

Now i'm exporting tiffs. And after that i will export them as a movie.
I didnt know that for after effects, ill try media encoder. Thanks!


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