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Sibel Zivy
PP2015 How to Optimize for Quality ?
on Aug 25, 2015 at 6:55:11 pm

Hello I'm a fairly adjusted premiere pro user, But I lack maintaining quality when exported for streaming services like Vimeo and YouTube.

My main focus currently is YouTube, I've noticed that only when I raise the CBR value do I counteract quality loss by compression , but I've seen videos posted that were much smaller in size yet had a very crisp quality and still maintained most of the source color...

How can I optimize my videos to to take advantage of all the pixels ?

I mainly use H.264 in recording and encoding and even though I set the CBR
from 30Mbs to 50Mbs for 1080p, Yet I see a huge quality downgrade from the source footage.
also what bothers me the most is title sequences quality..

So how can I manage this ?

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Duke Sweden
Re: PP2015 How to Optimize for Quality ?
on Aug 26, 2015 at 8:55:59 pm

Have you tried using the Youtube 1080p preset?

Personally I'd love to know what settings Jimmy Kimmel's people use. Videos from his show look great even at 480p.

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Steve Brame
Re: PP2015 How to Optimize for Quality ?
on Aug 26, 2015 at 11:07:59 pm

YouTube re-compresses every uploaded video - even those encoded at the YouTube presets, so sending up the highest quality you can makes sense.

I have also read that the Adobe Media Encoder YouTube presets closely mimic the YouTube compression schemes, so that logically there shouldn't be much difference in the quality of the re-compressed video, however, many report a different experience.

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