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Tom SmithEdit Video Without Re-Encoding?
by on Jul 20, 2013 at 12:42:49 am

I have access to Premiere pro 6 and Sorenson squeeze, is it possible to keep the same format exactly as my camera and not re-encode if I just wanted to cut some parts and join a few?

I saw this question before but couldn't resolve it from the answers.. The most advanced thing I would need to do would be to sync external audio to a video clip, but if there is only a way to cut and join files and not encode that is fine too, because I can join the two files with the YouTube editor later.

I am using a sony handycam which make .mts files, and I tried re encoding with basically every setting and put about 100 different of the same video on youtube, but the one where I never re-encoded was literally twice as good on both 1080p and 360p.

Thanks



Edit-I was searching, but I don't really know much about video editing. I read that only some files can be cut without encoding, but most should be able to be re-encoded only a few frames from where you cut and the rest would not be re-encoded, how would I do this?


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Tom SmithRe: Edit Video Without Re-Encoding?
by on Jul 20, 2013 at 12:52:55 am

Oh, and I don't care about the file size, because my videos are usually around 2.5 minutes long.


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Ann BensRe: Edit Video Without Re-Encoding?
by on Jul 20, 2013 at 12:13:55 pm

Premiere does smart-renders for certain file types but not for mts files.

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Peter GarawayRe: Edit Video Without Re-Encoding?
by on Jul 20, 2013 at 5:21:35 pm

For reference here is the list of formats Premiere Pro CC Smart Renders


DV
DVCPRO
DVCPRO HD
XDCAM HD (in OP1a MXF format)
XDCAM EX (in MP4 within BPAV folder structure)
AVC-I (in OP1a MXF format)
DNxHD (in OP1a MXF format)
DNxHD (in QuickTime)
ProRes (in QuickTime)
Animation (in QuickTime)

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