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Kiss Istvan Robert24 hour video render
by on Apr 7, 2016 at 3:34:38 pm

Hi everyone,

I have a 24 hours video that needs to be rendered. Resolution 1920 x1080 and 5 fps :)
I managed to set some settings and get the 1-hour render at 300 MB, but if I render all 24 hours it goes up to 20 GB.

If anyone can point me some good render settings to get a low file size.


I`m new to premiere and I didn`t work on such large files.


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Pierpaolo FerlainoRe: 24 hour video render
by on Apr 7, 2016 at 5:53:55 pm

300MB 1h seems already quite small. It's about 0.6 Mbps if I'm not wrong... What are your export settings?
You can try to lower your data rate but you should experiment some settings on a small part (let's say one minute) where there's lot of movement and/or complex details until you're satisfied with the balance between quality and file size then export the full movie but probably you will end not lowering the final size so much...


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Kiss Istvan RobertRe: 24 hour video render
by on Apr 7, 2016 at 9:44:15 pm

yes, it is decent, but if I render it for all 24 hours it goes up to 20GB not 7-8GB.

The Mbps is around 0.5.
So, the only thing I could do, is to lower the resolution, I guess...


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Pierpaolo FerlainoRe: 24 hour video render
by on Apr 7, 2016 at 9:49:33 pm

Can you post your export settings?


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Kiss Istvan RobertRe: 24 hour video render
by on Apr 7, 2016 at 9:56:46 pm

h.264, 1920x1080, Frame rate 10 ( I can set it only to 10, but the video is 5 fps), bitrate 0.5.

Missing anything else important? :#


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Pierpaolo FerlainoRe: 24 hour video render
by on Apr 7, 2016 at 10:20:43 pm

Is bitrate vbr or cbr?


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Kiss Istvan RobertRe: 24 hour video render
by on Apr 7, 2016 at 10:21:47 pm

vbr


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Pierpaolo FerlainoRe: 24 hour video render
by on Apr 7, 2016 at 10:48:05 pm

Ok... Vbr has a target bit rate and a maximum bit rate. The target is the bit rate you would like your encoder aims to... but you're also letting the encoder go as higher as the maximum bit rate if needed...
you should use cbr if you really want to control your file size... or set your maximum bit rate to something closer to the target bit rate... but I would make some encoding test because the quality could potentially be worse...


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Pierpaolo FerlainoRe: 24 hour video render
by on Apr 7, 2016 at 11:02:42 pm
Last Edited By Pierpaolo Ferlaino on Apr 7, 2016 at 11:01:11 pm

Moreover if you're not happy with the balance between quality and file size you should probably consider using another encoder if premiere doesn't allow to export to 5fps (I'm not in front of Premiere to check right now) because if your original frame rate is 5fps and you're exporting 10fps you're throwing away half of your bandwidth...
that's because if you use 0.5 mbps you have about 0.05 mbps allocated per frame at 10fps and 0.1mbps per frame at 5 fps...


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Kiss Istvan RobertRe: 24 hour video render
by on Apr 8, 2016 at 11:34:56 am

The quality seems fine (it`s just screen capture of descktop).

There used to be a .flv encoder in oldest premier versions, but in cc I cannot find it.


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Alex UdellRe: 24 hour video render
by on Apr 9, 2016 at 6:18:29 am

As Adobe is moving away from Flash....

flv has been removed as an option....

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