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Matthew Belinkie
Joining video files seamlessly without re-rendering
on Feb 20, 2015 at 9:50:15 pm

I have a 10 minute sequence in Premiere, and I want to render out a bunch of different versions with only the last 10 seconds changed. Rendering it out at full quality takes more than 2 hours. I COULD render it out once as ProRes, then make a new sequence with just that and a patch on the end. That should export faster than the master sequence.

But the best would be if I could export an mp4 of the movie without the last 10 seconds, and then a bunch of versions of that ending, and then join the files. It would have to be seamless so the music doesn't hiccup at all. Can it be done? Is there an easy way I'm overlooking? Thanks!


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Joe Barta IV
Re: Joining video files seamlessly without re-rendering
on Feb 20, 2015 at 10:07:30 pm

You already have the solution in your second paragraph.

Make the MP4 files you need, bring them back into Premiere, create new sequences that match the MP4s and add your :10 tags. Then export each matching the sequence settings, no new rendering required.

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Matthew Belinkie
Re: Joining video files seamlessly without re-rendering
on Feb 20, 2015 at 10:16:36 pm

Tried it, doesn't quite work. The resulting file is mpeg instead of mp4 (which might not matter) but it's almost twice as big as the two source files. It's not just stitching them together.


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Dennis Radeke
Re: Joining video files seamlessly without re-rendering
on Feb 21, 2015 at 11:59:13 am

Perhaps this might be cool in the future:





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