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Sibel ZivyMy Premiere Export are faulty at only 24kbs..Why ???
by on Mar 26, 2015 at 9:50:48 pm

I've been trying to export from premiere pro and AME. both have the same issue with exporting my renders at 24kbs yet they take complete render time of 25mins for 37 min video, is there something wrong with my windows files or is this something that has happened before ?

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Daniel WaldronRe: My Premiere Export are faulty at only 24kbs..Why ???
by on Mar 27, 2015 at 7:02:24 pm

Can you give more info? Export settings, what's in your sequence, computer specs, etc. A 25 minute export for a 37 minute video actually seems pretty fast.

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Sibel ZivyRe: My Premiere Export are faulty at only 24kbs..Why ???
by on Apr 2, 2015 at 9:55:12 am

i74930k,GTX760 2gb,16GB RAM, 128Gb SSD, 2TB HDD...

My default Codic is H.264, I use it because for its compression and it has the best color preservation for the size perk.

export settings 720p or 1080p / High profile/ progressive, 29.27 or 59.57FPS...

rarely any effect or filters some graphics and or audio presets.

That's it really

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Ht DavisRe: My Premiere Export are faulty at only 24kbs..Why ???
by on Apr 6, 2015 at 4:35:07 am

24kbps? DOn't you mean MBPS?

That's not a big compression ratio in MBPS.
In KBPS... ...HOLY CRAP! That's a lot of compression for a 720 video!

What are you using the Video for? This will determine a lot about your export.


Blu-ray max MBPS is 40 for standard Blu-ray, and 50 for AVCHD (which is almost no compression for 720 and a huge file).
DVD is Mpeg2 and 15 max. FOr Bluray5\9 the h.264 is 15 max, but you should set no more than 12.
This one varies. How much quality do you want? How much do you really need? At 720, a 7mbps is great, and loads quickly. Think about it... Net speeds are 10-20mbps for a broadband connection on a budget. IF your video takes that, there's no room for other website data or throughput, so it will buffer... ...and buffer... Set your video below that threshold by a good amount. Especially since budget internet is in FAMILY (split up connections on a router) homes (Ie shared bandwidth).
For 1080 7-15 is the max I would go.

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