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Michael Tandarich
Exporting From Premiere Pro to Youtube is Pixelly
on Mar 26, 2020 at 1:31:06 am

Hi,

Every time I export my Premiere Pro video to Youtube it ends up looking pixelly. Here is a recent video I did and it doesn't look great - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVz2cunqD7I&feature=youtu.be

Here are the screenshots of my export settings.

Any advice?





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vashi nedomansky
Re: Exporting From Premiere Pro to Youtube is Pixelly
on Mar 26, 2020 at 6:03:46 am

Hi Michael,

I would upload an h.264 with at least a 50 Mbps data rate or even better export a ProRes Proxy file. Youtube will re-encode whatever you upload so start with as big of a file as they will take for best quality. Hope that helps.

Vashi Nedomansky
Film Editor
VashiVisuals.com
@vashikoo


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Paul Nicholson
Re: Exporting From Premiere Pro to Youtube is Pixelly
on Mar 26, 2020 at 7:01:05 pm

Uploading speed using ADSL fluctuates between 0.01 to 0.5 Mbps. Remember that 1 Mbps = 0.125 MB/s. 0.1 Mbps = 0.0125 MB/s

Lets assume fluctuations and cutouts bring your average to 0.1 Mbps

So if your video is
1 Megabyte it will take 80 seconds to upload.
10 MB = 800s (13mins30)
100 MB = 8000s (2 hours)
1 GB = 80,000s (22 hours)
10 GB = 800,000s (9 days)

During this time, the internet will remain unusable for any other useful purpose, and its soul destroying when it times out and fails after days of waiting. People who talk about exporting videos for the purposes of uploading with EXTREMELY HIGH BITRATES such as 50 have SUPER FAST INTERNET CONNECTIONS.

If you DO export at a high bitrate, use the program called 'Handbrake' afterwards to compress it before uploading.



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Antoine Dorni
Re: Exporting From Premiere Pro to Youtube is Pixelly
on Mar 28, 2020 at 6:06:34 pm

AfterCodecs Exporter has a better H264 encoder and an easy to use Youtube Profile where you only have to configure the exporting Speed : https://www.autokroma.com/AfterCodecs/

AfterCodecs and BRAW Studio plugins for Adobe CC https://autokroma.com/


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