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Hi All, I'm was attempting to leave behind H.264 for H.265, but it's not as easy as I originally thought. When rendering out of Premiere 22.5.0 this newer codec seems a bit buggy. I can export a video as long as I don't mess with bit rate settings. and I keep it in VBR Good Quality. CBR is not working for me. I am attempting to render on a MacBook 2017 with Intel Core I7 processor. ( also tried on a newer 2021 M1 MacBook and I got the same results) What I would like to do is change my Bitrate Encoding to CBR and crank the Mbps to max, Change Quality to Highest, to get the best quality H.265 Video possible. However the software will either render to 100% and then freeze. or I will get an error message. Anyone have experience on this, is it time to ditch Premiere for Davinci? I've looked at a bunch of threads and nothing seems to be consistent. Thanks!
Good evening guys. So, I am looking into optimizing what I get out of my RAW files. And I am not sure I am doing that right now. My workflow now, is 2,5k RAW in Resolve, and then exporting for further editing in Premiere and AFX. What kind of bitrate would you use going from Resolve into Premiere? And what is sufficient for web and cinema use? Thanks!
Hello all, For the current film I'm working on, I had to go through an odd process to do what I needed to it. First, I imported the footage into Premiere so as to trim it down and piece it all together. Then, I opened up After Effects, and imported the project from Premiere into AE so as to do some edits to it that I could only do in this program. Then, after finishing these edits, I opened Premiere back up and imported this AE timeline that I had added the edits to into a timeline on Premiere. Basically, I did all this without ever having to export from a program. Just some specs: I use Windows 7 with 8gb of RAM. Also, the video files I used were ProRes HQ. Everything turned out fine, but there is one inconvenience: when I play the final video in Premiere, it has extremely choppy playback (even on 1/4 quality). I did do some pretty heavy edits to it in After Effects, but my question is, is this the best way to go about doing something like this? Or should I have exported an H.264 file from AE, then import it into Premiere? Thanks a lot! John